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PROVISIONAL 

ROLL OF SERVICE 

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This Provisional Roll of Members of the University Staff, 
Graduates, Alumni, and Undergraduate Students, on Naval and 
Military Service during the present War, has been closed on 
June 30, 19 1 5, in order that it may be issued with the June 
Number of the Aberdeen University Review. 

A full Preface to the Roll will be found in the Principal's 
article "The University's Contribution to a Year of War'' on 
pp. 254-7 of that number of the Review. For details see that 
article. Some of the numbers stated in it may differ by a unit 
from those given in the summary on p. 76 of this Roll, because 
of the difference between the dates at which they were passed 
for press. 

As its title sets forth the Roll is only provisional. It can 
hardly be complete even up to this date, and a considerable ac- 
cession to its numbers is expected after the Summer Graduation. 

The year of study given after a student's name .refers to his 
last completed year ; where no date is given 191 3- 14 is to be 
understood. 

Corrections and Additions should be addressed to, and 
will be gratefully received by, 

THE PRINCIPAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN. 

Marischal College, Aberdeen. 



CONTENTS. 



3n /IDemoriam . 




Page 
I 


Wounded 




3 


I. The Staff . 




7 


II. Graduates 




1 1 


Commissioned . 




13 


Enlisted . 


• 


• • 43 


Aberdeen Military T 


raining Association 


49 


British Red Cross 




50 


Prisoners of War 





• 50 


III. Alumni . 




5 1 


Commissioned 




53 


Enlisted 


• 


55 


British Red Cross 





• 58 


IV. Students . 




59 


Commissioned . 


• • . 


. 61 


Enlisted 




. 64 


Dressers, etc. 




73 


Officers' Training Co 


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Summary 




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Index .... 


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• 77 



Jn flftemoriam. 



Medical Officer Thomas Peppe Fraser, H.M. Colonial 
Medical Service, West African Medical Staff, attached 
to troops on reconnaissance on the eastern frontier of 
Nigeria, where he was killed in action, 5 September, 
1914, age:! 35 M.B., Ch.B., 1901 

Maj. Alexander Kirkland Robb, 2nd Batt. Durham Light 
Infantry, died of wounds received in action, France, 

20 September, 1914 Matr. Student, 1889 
Surgeon William Mellis Mearns, Royal Navy, sank with 

H.M.S. "Formidable," 1 Jan., 191 5, aged 31 M.B., Ch.B., 1908 
Lieut.-Col. William Henry Gray, Indian Medical Service, 

died on recall to Service, January, aged 52 M.B., Ch.B., 1886 
Lieut. Angus Forsyth Legge, attached Singapore Volun- 
teer Corps, killed in the Singapore Mutiny, 16th 
February, aged 25 M.B., Ch.B., 191 2 

2nd Lieut. Lewis Neil Griffith Ramsay, 3rd, attd. 2nd, 
Batt. Gordon Hrs., killed in action at Neuve Chapelle, 

21 March, aged 25 

M.A., 191 1, B.Sc. (with special distinction in Botany), 191 2 
Lance-Corpl. Edward Watt, 4th Seaforth Hrs., died 22 
March, of wounds received in action at Neuve 
Chapelle, 10 March, aged 23 B.Sc. (Agr.), 191 4 

Private James Orr Cruickshank, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs., killed in Flanders 15 April, aged 19 1st Sci. 

Sergt. Victor Charles MacRae, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. 
Gordon Hrs., killed in Flanders when attempting 
to remove a wounded comrade, 21 April, aged 23 

M.A., 1st Class Hons. in Classics, 1914 
Sergt. Alexander Skinner, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., killed 
in action in Flanders, 22 April, aged 31 

Teacher in Dumbarton, Former Student 

1 



2 In Memoriam 

Corpl. Keith Mackay, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. Gordon 
Hrs., died 28 April, in a Casualty Clearing Hospital, 
France, of wounds received in action, 20 March, 
aged 20 2nd Arts & 1st Med. 

Private Alexander Mitchell, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. 
Gordon Hrs., died 28 April, in a Field Hosp., 
France, of wounds received 27 April, aged 25 2nd Arts 

Private David Wood Crichton, D (late U) Coy. 4th Gordon 

Hrs., killed in action, Flanders, 7 May, aged 18 1st Agr. 

Private John Forbes Knowles, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. 
Gordon Hrs., killed in action, Flanders, 5 May, aged 
24 United Free Church Div. Student; M.A., '12 

Sapper James Sanford Murray, 51st (Highl. Divisional) 
Signal. Coy. (formerly Pte. E Coy., 4th Batt. Gordon 
Hrs.), died in a Field Hospital, France, of wounds 
received the same day, 27 May, aged 20 2nd Arts 

Private Robert Hugh Middleton, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., 

killed in action, Flanders, 1 June, aged 22 3rd Arts 

Private Marianus Alex. Cumming, 4th Gordon Hrs., killed 
in action, Flanders, 14 June, aged 23 

Asst. Teacher, Kemnay ; M.A., '12 

Private Harry Lyon, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., killed in 

action, Flanders, 17 June, aged 22 2nd Arts 

Lieut. Wm. Leslie Scott, 5th Gordon Hrs., killed inaction, 

Flanders, 16 June, aged 22 3rd Med. 

L.-Corpl. Andrew Thomson Fowlie, 4th Gordon Hrs., killed 

in action, Flanders, 16 June, aged 2 5 Un. Dipl. Agr., '09 

Private James C. Forbes, 4th Gordon Hrs., killed in action, 

Flanders, 16 June, aged 20 3rd Agr. 

Private Robert Patrick Gordon, 4th Gordon Hrs., killed in 

action, Flanders, 17 June, aged 19 2nd Arts 

Private James Whyte, 4th Gordon Hrs., died of wounds 

received in action, 16 June, aged 21 2nd Arts 

L.-Sergt. Alex. David Duncan, 4th Gordon Hrs., died of 

wounds received in action, 16 or 17 June, aged 21 M.A., 14 

L.-Corpl. Murdo Maclver, 4th Gordon Hrs., killed in 

action, Flanders, 19 June, aged 20 3rd Agr. 

Private George McSween, 4th Gordon Hrs., killed in 

action, 16 June, aged 23 Aberdeen Training Centre 



WOUNDED. 

2nd Lieut. George Buchanan Smith, attd. 4th Batt. Gordon 
Hrs., S.R.O., at Kemmel in Flanders, 14 December, 
1914, returned to service M.A. (Glas.) ; LL.B., '14 

Captain Alexander Macgregor Rose, R.A.M.C, reported 

wounded in France M.B., '99 

Corporal George Cameron Auchinachie, 1st Batt. Gordon 

Hrs., thrice wounded, returned to service Med. Student, 'iO-'i3 
2nd Lieut. James Robert Park, 4th Batt. Cameron Hrs. 

M.A, '10; L.L.B. 
Lieut. (Tempy.) Edmund Hugh Moore, D.S.O., R.A.M.C, 

28 February M.B., '11 

„ (Tempy.) William Wilson Ingram, R.AM.C. M.B., '12 

Sergeant John Archibald, 6th Batt. Gordon Hrs., at Neuve 

Chapelle, 1 5 March 2nd Arts 

Private Frank Emslie, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., in Flanders, 

15 March, returned to service Teacher; M.A., '05 

2nd Lieut. Andrew Douglas Hopkinson, 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs., 10 April B.Sc. (Agr.), '1 1 

Captain Alex. Morice Wilson, 4th Gordon Hrs., 15 April 

M.A., '09 ; LL.B. 
Private James Dawson Leslie, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs., in Flanders, 16 April 2nd Arts 

Corporal Arthur Joseph Hawes, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs., in Flanders, 16 April 3rd Med. 

Private George Reid, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs., in Flanders, 20 April 2nd Med. 

,, Alexander Macaulay, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs., accidentally, 22 April 1st Arts 

2nd Lieut. Alexander Hutcheon, n Batt. 1st Canadian 

Exped. Force B.L., '02 

Private Isaac Maclver, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs., in Flanders, 24 April 1st Sci. 

Arthur Morison Barron, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. 
Gordon Hrs., in Flanders, 24 April 1st Arts 

,, And. May Duthie, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, 

rejoined 1st Arts 

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4 Wounded 

Private Henry Watt Johnston, D Coy. 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs., in Flanders, 24 April Teacher; M.A., 'u 

Private Robert J. Smith, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt., 

Gordon Hrs., in Flanders 25 April N.D.A., U.D.A., '13 

Private Douglas Duncan Booth, D (late U)Coy. 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs., in Flanders, 27 April 1st Agr. 

Corporal Arthur Percy Spark, D (late U) Coy. 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs., in Flanders, 4 May 3rd Med. 

Sergeant Daniel Ironside Walker, D (late U) Coy. 4th 

Batt. Gordon Hrs., in Flanders, 5 May 3rd Agr. 

Lieut. John Phimister Mitchell, R.A.M.C, S.R.O., attached 

4th King's Royal Rifles, May M.B., '07 ; M.D. 

Lance-Corpl. J. L. S. Ferguson, 5th Batt. King's Royal 

Rifles, May Med. Student, '06-' 10 

Corpl. Arthur Crichton, 4th Gord. Hrs., Flanders, May M.A., '14 

Private James George Thomson, Flanders, May 1st Arts 

Maj. Robert Bruce, 7th Gordon Hrs., 20 May M.A., '93 ; M.D. 

Private Herbert Murray, 4th Batt. Gord. Hrs., 30 May M. A., '08 

Private Herbert Wm. Esson, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, 

? May 1st Arts, 'i4-'i 5 

2nd Lieut. Leslie Mackenzie, 8th Batt. Koyal Hrs., 

(Black Watch), Flanders, June M.A., '15 

Lance-Corpl. Stewart Turnbull Alex. Mirrlees, 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs., Flanders, June M.A., '14 

2nd Lieut. Ian Alistair Kendall Burnett, 3rd Batt. E. 

Lanes. Regt, from gas poisoning, Flanders, June M.A., '07 

Private Alex. Cooper, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, June 2nd Arts 

Capt. Kenneth W. Braid, 7th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, June 

B.Sc. (Agr.), B.Sc, '13 
Private Dune. Tait Hutchison MacLellan, 4th Gordons, 

3 June 3rd Arts 

Private Chas. Donald, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, June 1st Med. 

Lieut. Wm. Shepherd, 2nd Highl. Fd. Coy., Divisnl., Eng., 

June Agr. Stud. 

2nd Lieut. Jas. Davidson Pratt, 4th Gordons, Flanders, 

16 June M.A., '12; B.Sc. 

Lieut. Ian Anderson Clarke, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, 

16 June M.A., '11 ; B.Sc. 

Maj. George A. Smith, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, 16th 

June Law Stud., '87-'88 



Wounded 5 

Corpl. Rob. Bayne Topping, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, 

June 3rd Agr. 

Capt. Robert Adam, 7th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, June M.A, 'oo ; B.L. 
Private Donald John Garden, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, June 1st Arts 
Private William Anderson, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, ?June 2nd Med. 
Private Harold Hartmann Corner, 4th Gordon Hrs., 

Flanders, ? June 1st Agr. 

Private William Donald, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, 19 

June 2nd Arts 

Private Edward William Knox, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, 

19 June 3rd Arts 

Private Douglas Gordon MacLean, 4th Gordon Hrs., 

Flanders, 19 June 2nd Arts 

Private John William Shanks, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, 

3 June 2nd Arts 

Private John Smith, 4th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, ?June 2nd Arts 

2nd Lieut. Alex. Mackenzie, 6th Gordon Hrs., suffering 

from shell shock 3rd Agr. 

2nd Lieut. Alex. Jas. F. Monro, 4th Gordon Hrs., 

Flanders, ? June M.A, '06 

Driver John Martin, Ross-shire and Cromarty (Mtn.), Batty, 

• R.G.A., on the Dardanelles, in May 1st Arts 

Sergt. Alex. David Marr, 7th Gordon Hrs., Flanders, July M.A. '14 
Med. Offr. John Taylor Watt, West African Med. Service, 

date unknown M.B. '13 



I. THE STAFF. 

The Chancellor — The Right Honourable the Earl of Elgin and 
Kincardine, K.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., King's Body Guard for 
Scotland ; President, Fife Terr. Force Association. 

The Rector — The Right Honourable Winston Leonard Spencer 
Churchill, P.C., First Lord of the Admiralty, 1911-15. 

The Principal — George Adam Smith, M.A., D.D., LL.D., Litt.D., 
National Reserve ; Chairman, Military Education Committee. 

MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY COURT. 

The Honourable the Lord Provost, James Taggart, President, City of 
Aberdeen Terr. Force Association ; Abdn. Mil. Tr. Assocn. 

Sir John Fleming, D.L., LL.D., National Reserve; Vice-Chairman, 
City of Aberdeen Terr. Force Association. 

The Rev. James Smith, T.D., M.A., B.D. (see p. 40). 

MEMBERS OF THE TEACHING AND RESEARCH STAFFS. 

Professor Matthew Hay, M.D., LL.D. (Edin.) (Forensic Medicine), 
Lieut.-Col., Sanitary Officer, whose services are available 
on mobilisation. 
„ Ashley Watson Mackintosh, M.A., M.D. (Medicine), Lieut- 
Col., R.A.M.C. (T.F.), attd. 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. (see 
P- 36). 
John Marnoch, C.V.O., M.A., M.B., CM. (Surgery), Lieut- 
Col, R.A.M.C. (T.F.),attd. istScot. Gen. Hosp. (seep. 36). 
„ Robert Gordon McKerron, M.A, M.D. (Midwifery), Major, 

R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. (see p. 36). 
„ Charles Sanford Terry, M.A. (Camb.), (History), National 
Reserve. 
James Wm. Helenus Trail, M.A, M.D., F.R.S., F.L.S. 
(Botany), National Reserve ; Univ. Representative on the 
City of Aberdeen Terr. Force Association. 
7 



8 The Staff 

John Parlane Kinloch, M.D. (Glasg.), Lecturer in Public Health, 
Lieut, Aberdeen University Contingent of the Officers Train- 
ing Corps (see p. 73). 

George Alexander Williamson, M.A. , M.D., Lecturer in Tropical 
Medicine, Captain, Aberdeen University Contingent, Officers 
Training Corps, on service with Brit. Med. Exped. Corps, 
Citadel, Cairo (see pp. 34, 73). 

Jules Desseignet, L.-es-L., D.-e-S., University Assist, in French with 
status of Lecturer, Reservist in 372nd Regiment of Infantry, 
24th Coy. 

George Mellis Duncan, M.B. , University Assist, in Pathology with 
status of Lecturer, Captain, R.A.M.C. (T.F.), attd. 1st Scot. 
Gen. Hosp. (see p. 36). 

Hugh Morrison Miller, M.A., (Edin.), University Assist, in English 
with status of Lecturer, 2nd Lieut. (Tempy.), 14th Batt. Royal 
Scots. 

George Herbert Colt, M.B., F.R.C.S., University Assist, in Surgery, 
Captain, R.A.M.C. (T.F.), attd. 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. 

William Flett Croll, M.A, M.D., University Assist, in Materia Medica, 
Captain (Tempy), R.A.M.C, serving with Home Hospital Re- 
serve (see p. 20). 

Arthur Wellesley Falconer, M.D., University Assist, in Medicine, 
Captain, R.A.M.C. (T.F.), attd. 1st. Scot. Gen. Hosp. (see p. 36). 

William M. Findlay, University Assist, in Agriculture, Lieut. 
(T.F.), Res. 5th Gordon Hrs. (see p. 55). 

Alexander Ebenezer McLean Geddes, M.A., B.Sc, University Assist, 
in Nat. Phil., Lieut, for service for Meteorological purposes with 
Royal Army Flying Corps (see p. 18). 

James Macdonald Henderson, M.A., University Assistant in English, 
2nd Lieut, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. (pp. 28, 45). 

Alexander Mitchell, M.A., M.B., Ch.M., University Assist, in Mid- 
wifery, Captain, R.A.M.C. (T.F.), attd. 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. 

(P- 37)- 
James Robertson Murray, M.D., University Assist, in Physiology. 

Lieut. (Tempy), R.A.M.C. (see p. 22). 
James Davidson Pratt, M.A. , B.Sc, University Assist, in Chemistry, 

2nd Lieut, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. (T.F.)(see pp. 29, 47). 
William Philip Selbie, M.A., University Assist in Greek, Cadet Inns 

of Court Officers' Training Corps (see p. 48). 



The Staff 9 

George Stuart, M.A., M.B., University Assist, in Anatomy, Captain, 
R.A.M.C. (T.F.), attd. 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. (see p. 37). 

Arthur Landsborough Thomson, M.A., B.Sc, University Assist, in 
Zoology, 2nd Lieut. (Tempy.), 13th Batt. Argyll & Sutherland 
Hrs. (see p. 17). 

John A. Cranston, B.Sc. (Glasg), Researcher in Chemistry, 2nd Lieut. 
(Tempy), 9th Batt. Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Harold Axel Haig,M.B., B.Sc. (Lond.), M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., McRobert 
Fellow in Cancer Research, acting Assist, in Pathology, Lieut. 
(Tempy.), R.A.M.C. 

James Milroy MacQueen, M.A., B.Sc, M.B., Research Fellow in Path- 
ology, Capt, R.AM.C. (T.F.) (p. 37), attd. istScot. Gen. Hosp. 

John Boyd Orr, M.A., M.D. (Glasg.), Researcher in Animal Nutrition, 
Lieut. (Tempy.), R.AM.C. 

Prisoners. 

Gwilym Aneurin Tudor Davies, M.A. (Oxon.), University Assist, in 
Humanity, with status of Lecturer in Roman History, is Prisoner 
of War in Austria. 

William John Arnold Whyte, M.A., Fullerton Scholar in Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy, is Prisoner of War in Germany. 

Members of Aberdeen Military Training Association. 

Professor James Black Baillie, M.A., D.Phil. (Edin.), Moral Philosophy. 
Herbert John Clifford Grierson, M.A, LL.D. (St. And.), 
English. 
,, James Hendrick, B.Sc. Agriculture. 
Francis E. A. Campbell, M.A. (T.C.D.), Ph.D., Lecturer in the English 

Language. 
James Lewis Mclntyre, M.A., D.Sc. (Edin.), Lecturer in Comparative 

Psychology. 
William James Profeit, M.A, B.Sc. (Agr.), Lecturer in Agriculture. 
Donaldson Rose Thom, M.A., Secretary of the University. 

UNIVERSITY SACRIST AND SERVANTS. 

Thomas Spiller, Sacrist, Marischal College, Hon. Lieut, and Quarter- 
master, 3/4 Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

Fred. H. Boddie, Steward, University Union, Lance-Corpl. 2/4A Batt. 
Gordon Hrs. 



io The Staff . 

Leonard H. Eunson, Pathology, Trooper, Scot. Horse. 
William Laing, Chemistry, Royal Engineers. 
William McCravv, Night Watchman, Private, Gordon Hrs. 
John Milne, Comparative Psychology, Private, R.A.M.C. 
James Moir, Anatomy, Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery. 
William A. Nelson, Pathology, Private, R.A.M.C. (in France). 
James G. Taylor, Botany, Private, 2/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

MILITARY EDUCATION COMMITTEE. 

The Principal (Chairman), Sir John Fleming, D.L., LL.D., and Rev. 
James Smith, T.D., M.A., B.D., Chaplain of the ist Class (see 
p. 40), representing the Court ; and Professors Jas. Wm. H. 
Trail, M.D., F.R.S. (p. 7), Robert W. Reid, M.D., F.R.C.S., and 
Hector M. Macdonald, M.A, F.R.S., representing the Senatus ; 
with Capt. George A. Williamson, M.D. , O.C. Abdn. Univ. 
Contingent, O.T.C. (pp. 8, 34) and Major Farquhar McLennan, 
R.A.M.C., M.B. (p. 18). 



II. GRADUATES. 



II. GRADUATES. 

GRADUATES HOLDING COMMISSIONS. 
ROYAL NAVY— MEDICAL SERVICE. 

Surg.-Gen. Sir James Porter, K.C.B., K.H.P. (Director- 
General of Med. Dept. of Navy, '08-' 13), re-employed 
for special service M.A., '74, M.D., LL.D. (Edin.) 

Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets John Cassilis 

Birkmyre Maclean, Devonport M.A., '68, M.B., '71 



Dep. Surg. Gen. Cyril James Mansfield, M.V.O., R.N. 

Barracks M.B., '83 ; M.D., '96 
Dep. Surg. Gen. James Lawrence Smith, M.V.O., R.N. 

Hospital, Malta M.B., '83 

Fleet-Surg. Percy Hooper Bannister, H.M.S, " Fox" M.B., '95 

„ „ Henry Rule Gardner, H.M.S. "Jupiter" M.B., '95 

„ „ John Falconer Hall, R.N. Div., Portsmouth M.B., '93 
„ James Mowat (ret), H.M.S. "Hermes," tor- 
pedoed 31 October, 1914, now Major 

(Tempy), R.A.M.C. (T.F.). (See p. ) M.B., '91 
„ Thomas Williams Philip, H.M.S. "Queen 

Mary" M.A., '88; M.B., '91 

Jonathan Shand, R.N. Hospital, Portland M.B., '87 

„ John Hutton Stenhouse, H.M.S. "Hibernia" M.B., '86 

Staff-Surg. Arthur Davidson, H.M.S. "Invincible" M.B., '00 

„ „ Arthur Robertson Davidson, R.N. Hospital, 

Portland M.B., '00 

George Eric Hamilton, H.M.S. "Pelorus" M.B., '02 

Surg. William Forbes Beattie . M.B., '12 

„ James Gordon Danson, H.M.S. "Warrior" M.B., '08 

„ Clarence Edward Greeson, H.M.S. "Invincible" 

M.B., '10; M.D. 

13 



14 Graduates 

Surg. Alex. James MacDiarmid H.M.S. "Vanguard" M.B., '02 

t „ William Mellis Mearns, H.M.S. " Formidable," sunk 

1 January, 191 5 M.B., '08 



Surg. (Tempy.) Clifford Cuthbert Chance, H.M.S. " Racer," 

for R.N. College, Osborne M.B., '11 

„ (Tempy.) Francis Julian Richmond Cowie M.B., '13 

„ (Tempy.) Andrew Moir Gray M.B., '14 

„ (Tempy.) William Hunter Kay, to H.M.S. "Pem- 
broke," for disposal M.B., '15 
,, (Tempy.) Charles Armit Masson, to H.M.S. "Pem- 
broke," for R.N. Barracks M.A., '05 ; M.B., '09 
„ (Tempy.) George Lee Ritchie, Officer, Med. Unit, 

R.N. Division M.B., '14 

„ (Tempy.) James Souter, R.N. Hospital, Haslar, now 

on H.M.S. " Wildfire " M.A., '98 ; M.B., '02 

ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE. 

Surg. (Tempy.) William Innes Gerrard, H.M.S. " Imperieuse " M.B., '09 
„ (Tempy.) Herbert Leith Murray, on the "Rohilla," 

wrecked Whitby, 31 October, 191 4 M.B., '01, M.D. 

Harold Turner Finlayson, tempy. employed as Surgeon on 

H.M.S. "Peshawar," Merc. Fl. Auxiliary M.B., '12 

MEDICAL CONSULTATIVE BOARD, ADMIRALTY. 

Professor William John Ritchie Simpson, C.M.G., civilian 

member M.B., '76, M.D. 

MEDICAL EXAMINING BOARD, ADMIRALTY. 
James Galloway (see p. 36) M.B., '83, M.D., F.R.C.S. 

*% In addition 28 graduates of the University are entered 
on the Navy List (565 f.) as Surgeons and Agents at 
Sick Quarters. 



Commissioned 1 5 

REGULAR ARMY. 

Royal Field Artillery, Special Reserve. 

? Herbert George Macdonald Wilson M.A., '07 

Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Maj. Henry Frederick Lyall Grant, with Brit. Medit. 

Exped. Force M.A., '98 

Capt. Angus Munro Urquhart M.A., '99 

Army Ordnance Department. 

Maj. Arthur Dymock, Ordn. Off., 3rd Class M.A., 'oo 

Infantry. 

2nd Lieut. Frank Lipp, ? Batt. Scottish Rifles (Cameron- 

ians) Agr. Student; M.A., 'n 

Infantry, Special Reserve of Officers. 

2nd Lieut. Ian Alistair Kendall Burnett, 3rd Batt. East 

Lancashire Regt. M.A., '07 

,, „ James Gordon (late George Heriot Sch. Cont. 

O.T.C.), 3rd Batt. Royal Scots M.A., '07 

,, ,, Hector MacLennan Guthrie (late Sergt. 4th 

Gordons), 3rd Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers M.A., '14 

„ ,, Ian Charles MacPherson, 3rd Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. M.A., '14 

„ „ Lewis Neil Griffith Ramsay (late Col. Sergt. 
U Coy. 4th Gordons), 3rd Batt. Gordon 
Hrs., attd. 2nd Batt., killed in action at 
Neuve Chapel le, 21 March, 191 5 M.A., '11 ; B.Sc, '12 

Infantry, Special Reserve of Officers Supplementary to Regular 

Units or Corps. 

2nd Lieut. George Buchanan Smith (late Cadet Sergt. 
Glasg. Univ. Cont. O.T.C.), Gordon Hrs., wounded 
in action at Kemmel, Flanders, 14 December, 
1914 M.A (Glasg.); LL.B., '14 



1 6 Graduates 

REGULAR ARMY TEMPORARY COMMISSIONS. 

General Staff Officer. 

Lieut. Archibald Donald MacKinnon, C.M.G., Gen. Staff 
Officer, 3rd Grade, on duty as Intelligence Officer on 
the Staff of the Cromarty Defences M.B., '87 ; M.D. 

Royal Artillery. 

2nd Lieut. David Edwards, 6B Reserve Brig. R.F.A. 

M.A., '12; LL.B. 
„ ,, Cecil Arthur Lewis, 157th (City of Aberdeen) 

Brig. R.F.A. M.A., '15 

,, „ John McLaren Wilson, attd. to 20th Nav. 

(Heavy) Batty. R.G.A. Prob. U.F.C. ; M.A., '10 

Royal Engineers. 

2nd Lieut. George Grant Macdonald B.Sc. (Agr.), '09 

„ ,, Douglas George Robb, 102 Fd. Coy., Div. 

Eng. and Signal Service C.E. ; M.A., '05 ; B.Sc. (Edin.) 

Infantry. 

Maj. James Grant (late Maj. Banff Batty. 1st Banff R.G.A.), 
14th Batt, and 2nd in command 15th Batt, High]. 
Light Infantry M.A., '87 ; LL.B. (Edin.) 

Lieut. Alfred Martin Laing, 10th Batt. Seaforth Hrs. 

Advocate; M.A., '00; LL.B. (Edin.) 
„ John Maclachlan Mackay, 10th Batt. Seaforth Hrs. 

Advocate; M.A., '99 ; LL.B. (Edin.) 
„ David William McLeod, nth Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

Teacher; M.A., '08 
„ Leopold Profeit, 8th Batt. The King's (Shropshire 

Light Infantry) Actor ; M.A., '96 

2nd Lieut. William Addison, 1 ith Batt. Gordon Hrs., attd. 

3rd Batt. M.A., '08; B.Sc. 

„ „ Hugh Raymond Boutflower, 7th Batt. Dorsetshire 

Regt., has relinquished his commission M.A., '14 

„ Chas. Frederick Cran, ? Batt. Duke of Edin- 
burgh's (Wiltshire) Regt. Teacher ; M.A., '99 



Temporary Commissions 17 

2nd Lieut. Godfrey Power Geddes, I ith Batt. Gordon Hrs., 

attd. 3rd Batt. M.A., '15 

„ „ William George Philip Hunt, 10th Batt. Essex 

Regt. (see p. 45) Teacher; M.A., '12 

„ „ James Ironside Hutchison, nth Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. (see p. 74) M.A., '14 

„ „ Tom Forbes Jackson, 12th Batt. Scottish Rifles M.A., '15 
?„ ,, Donald McDonald, 8th Batt. Cameron Hrs. 

Teacher; M.A., '13 
,, „ George Harper MacDonald, 12th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. (see p. 48) Teacher ; M.A, '08 

„ „ Malcolm Donald Macdonald, 7th Batt. Cameron 

Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '09 

„ „ Leslie Mackenzie, 8th Batt. Royal Hrs. (Black 

Watch), wounded June, 191 5 (see p. 67) M.A, '15 

„ „ Alan Mackinnon, 10th Batt. Gordon Hrs. B.Sc, 'n 

„ David Wm. McLeod, nth Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.B., '08 

„ „ John Cook Macpherson, nth Batt. Gordon Hrs., 

attd. 3rd Batt. (see p. 46) M.A., '10; LL.B. 

,-,' „ George Smith Mitchell Milne, iothBatt. Gordon 

Hrs. (see p. 46) M.A., '14 

„ William Milne, 14th Batt. Highl. Light Infantry, 

attd. 3rd Batt. Teacher ; M.A., '03 

„ „ Harry Lingwood Neate, 9th Batt. Royal Scots 

Fusiliers M.A, '14 

„ „ Robert Reid, 9th Batt. Gordon Hrs. (see p. 47) M.A., '14 
„ „ Colin Mackenzie Selbie, 1 ithBatt. Scottish Rifles 

(see p. 47) B.Sc, '10 

,, „ William Philip Selbie, 10th E. Surrey Regt. (p. 

48) M.A. '10 

„ „ Robert Strachan, 9th Batt. Gordon Hrs. (see 

p. 48) Teacher; M.A., '10 

,, ,, William John Taylor, 10th Batt. Seaforth Hrs. 

Teacher; M.A., '10 
„ „ Arthur Landsborough Thomson, 13th Batt. 

Argyll and-Sutherl. Hrs., attd. 4th Batt. (see 

P- 8) Univ. Assist. ; M.A, 'i 1 ; B.Sc. 

„ „ Thomas Bentley Stewart Thomson, 9th Batt. 

Highl. Light Infantry Prob. C. of S. ; M.A., '11 ; B.D. 
2 



1 8 Graduates 

Army Service Corps. 

Lieut. Kenneth MacLennan (see p. 37) B.Sc. (Agr.), '12 

, y Alex. Ebenezer McLean Geddes, for service with 

Royal Flying Corps (see p. 8) M.A., '06 ; B.Sc. 

R.A.M. C. Regular A rmy. 

Col. Henry McKenzie Adamson, C.B., removed from the 

Corps, still on active list M.B., '84 

,, John Stuart Davidson, removed from the Corps, still 

on active list, Assistant Director of Medical Services M.B., '85 
,, Stuart MacDonald, on the active list, mentioned in 

despatches M.B., '84 

,, James Thomson, Off. in ch. of Records, Alder- 
shot M.A., '83 ; M.B., '86 
Lieut. -Col. Harry Herbert Brown M.B., '83 
„ ,, Edgar Hunt Condon M.B., '91 
„ Peter MacKessack B.Sc, 92 ; M.B., '96 
„ ,, Claude Kyd Morgan, formerly Instructor, Train- 
ing School, Aldershot, mentioned in despatches M.B. , '93 
„ Henry Michael Nicholls M.B., '98 
,, „ Charles William Profeit, mentioned in des- 
patches, September, 1914, and January, 191 5 M.B., '93 
Maj. Leonard Cotterill M.B., '99 
„ Hugh Allan Davidson M.B., '00 
„ John Hay Duguid M.B., 'oi 
„ John MacKenzie M.A., '96 ; M.B., 'oo 
,, Farquhar MacLennan, formerly Adj. Highl. Division 

School of Instruction M.B., '98 

„ Theodore Francis Ritchie M.B., '98 

Capt. Douglas Walter Bruce M.B., '09 

„ Neil Cantlie M.B., '14 

„ Alex. Dawson M.B., '05 

„ George Forbes Dawson, Military Cross M.A., '03 ; M.B., '06 
„ Alex. Donald Fraser, mentioned in despatches, January, 

1915 M.B., '06 

„ James Forgan Grant M.B., '06 

„ Alex. Hendry M.B., '04 

„ Archer Irvine-Fortescue M.B. , '04 



M.B., 


'oi 


M.B., 


'13 


M.B., 


'08 


M.B., 


'08 


M.B., 


'c 4 


M.B., 


'99 


M.B., 


'of 


M.B., 


'c6 



Commissions R.A.M.C. 19 

Capt. Dalziel Buchanan MacGrigor, X-ray specialist with 

Brit. Exped. Force M.B., '07 

,, William George Maydon, Adj. W. Lanes. Division 

School of Instruction 
„ Will Percival Mulligan 
,, Thomas Burtonshaw Nicholls 
„ William Benton Rennie 
,, Michael Balfour Hutchison Ritchie 
,, Alex. Macgregor Rose (Prisoner repatriated) 
„ Arthur Shepherd 
„ Forbes Jackson Stuart 
„ Maurice Joseph Williamson M.B., '08 

R.A.M.C. Retired Officers who are Employed. 

Lieut. -Col. And. Baird, Worcester M.B., '80; F.R.C.S., Edin. 

,, ,, George Coutts, Roy. Sussex Regt., Chichester M.B-, '79 
„ ,, Lewis Haywood, Dep. Ass. Dir. of Med. 

Services, S. Midland Div. M.B., '80 

R.A.M.C. Reserve of Officers Re-employed. 

Lieut. -Col. And. Hosie M.B., '83 ; M.D. 

,, „ George Scott, Aberdeen M.B., '85 

Maj. John D. Moir, Med. Examr. of Recruits, Lond. M.B., '83 
? „ Alex. Stables M.B., '93 

Capt. Henry James MacGrigor, Specialist in Dermatology, 

etc., for the Aldershot Division M.B., '98 

R.A.M.C. Retired Officers Temporarily Employed. 
Lieut.-Col. Grenville Edwin Moffett M.B., '83 

R.A.M.C. Temporary Colonels. 

Henry Mcllree Williamson Gray, Consultant Surgeon, 

Brit. Exped. Force, France (see p. 36) M.B.,'95 > F.R.C.S. 

Alexander Simpson, Hon. and Tempy. Lieut-Col., Ad- 
ministrator, Lord Derby War Hosp., Warring- 
ton M.A., '82 ; M.D. 

R.A.M.C. Temporary Majors. 
Sir David Hardie, Knt. (Brisbane, Queensland) M.B., '78 ; M.D. 



20 Graduates 

R.A.M.C. Temporary Captains. 

James Walker Beattie, H.M. Hosp. Ship " Asturias " M.B., '78 ; M.D. 
William Flett Croll, Home Hospital Reserve (p. 8j M.A., '95 ; M.D. 
John Low Dickie, Red Cross Hospital, Netley M.B., '95 

Francis Hernaman-Johnson M.B.,'04; M.D. 

Wm. Gordon Taylor, Aldershot M.A., 98 ; M.B.,B.Sc. (Lond.) F.R.C.S. 
James Martin Young, Home Hospital Reserve M.B., '84 

R.A.M.C. Temporary Lieutenants. 

Henry Adams M.A., 

Alexander Greig Anderson M.A., '05 ; M.B., 

Archibald Stirling Kennedy Anderson M.A., '09 

Francis Anderson 

James Bruce Anderson M.A., 'io; 

John Anderson, No. 8 Gen. Hosp., Rouen 

John Anderson, Connaught Hosp., Aldershot 

Wm. Anderson, No. 7 Stat. Hosp. Boulogne M.B., '09 ; F.R.C.S., Edin. 

William Anderson 

Alex. Lindsay Aymer 

Gavin Alexander Elmslie Argo 

Wm. Minty Badenoch 

Lawrence Weir Bain 

William Baxter 

Robert Masson Boyd, now at Marseilles M.A., '10 

Hamish Douglas Ferguson Brand 

William Hugh Brodie 

Alexander Brown 

Francis Frederick Brown, Brit. Milit. Hosp., Servian Army 

John Gatherer Brown 

Richard Gavin Brown 

Ronald John Bruce M.A., '1 1 : 

Alex. Elmslie Campbell, 168th F. Amb. M.A., '1 1 

William Campbell, Cambridge Hospital, Aldershot 

Robert Maxwell Chance, 74th Field Amb. M.B., 

James George Copland M.A., 

Reginald Tom Cox 

Douglas Craig M.B., 

Ernest William Henderson Cruickshank 

James Burr Cruickshank 

Martin Melvin Cruickshank B.Sc, '11 : 



'94; M.B. 


'09; M.D. 


M.B., 


'14 


M.B., 


'04 


M.B., 


'10 


M.B., 


'04 


M.B. 


'08 


C.S., Edin. 


M.B., 


'15 


M.B., 


'i3 


M.B!, 


'13 


M.B., 


'08 


M.B, 


'i3 


M.B., 


'13 


M.B., 


'13 


M.B., 


'13 


M.B., 


'13 


M.B, 


'05 


M.B, 


'13 


M.B, 


'14 


M.B, 


'03 


M.B, 


'15 


M.B, 


'H 


M.B, 


'05 


10; M.D. 


'02; M.B. 


M.B, 


'15 


'09; M.D. 


M.B, 


'10 


M.B., 


'08 


M.B., 


'12 



Temporary Commissions R.A.M.C. 2 i 

George Davidson, with Brit. Medit. Exped. Force M.B., '08 

? Jas. Alex. Davidson, Staff Surg., Brit. Naval Hosp., Belgrade 

M.B., '07 ; M.D. 
William Duguid M.B., '09 

Alfred George Brown Duncan, 65th Field Ambulance M.B., '15 

Robert Reid Duncan, Tweseldown Camp M.B., '05 

William Elwood, Medical Officer, 62nd Brigade, R.F.A. M.B., '03 

Sylvester Davidson Fairweather M.A., '96 ; M.B., '00 

David Fettes M.B., '14 

James Fettes M.B., 'n 

Charles Forbes, Highland Casualty Clearing Station M.B., '01 

Archie Reith Fraser M.B., '14 

James Fraser, attd. 7th Leicestershire Regt. M.B., '14 

William Fraser B.Sc, 'oo ; M.B. 

Rudolph Wm. Galloway, 1st Cav. Div„ F. Amb., Brit. Exp. 

Force M.B., '14 

James Reston Gardiner Garbutt M.B., '11 

William Sim Garden M.B., '02 ; M.D. 

Robert Philip Garrow M.B., '07 ; M.D. 

Colin More Geddie, attached Queen Mary's Military 

Hospital, Whalley, Lanes. M.B.,'14 

Norman Stephen Gilchrist M.B., '01 ; M.A., '04; M.D. 

John Frederick Gill B.Sc. ; M.B., '06 

Kenneth Gillies M.A., '91 ; M.B. 

Edward Gordon M.A., '11 ; M.B., '14 

George Alex. Connell Gordon M.B., '14 

William Gordon Gordon M.B., '05 

Adam Gray M.B., '09 ; M.D. 

Wilfred Francis Hawkins M.B.,'14 

William Henderson, 21st F, Amb., 7th Div., Brit. Exp. Force M.B., '12 
Alexander William Hendry M.B., '14 

James Alexander Hendry M.A., '05 ; B.Sc. ; M.B., '08 

Cecil Beresford Hogg M.B., '14 

William Peat Hogg M.B., '12 

Thomas Miles Moss Horsfall M.A., '10; M.B., '14 

David Albert Hutcheson M.B., '98 ; M.D. 

Wm. Wilson Ingram, 21st F. Amb., 7th Div., Brit. Exp. Force, 

wounded 10 March, ment. in despatches, Military Cross M.B., '12 



^o 



2 2 Graduates 

John William Innes (see p. 27) M.A., 'iO; M.B., '15 

Francis Irvine M.B., '96 

William Wilson Jameson, Aldershot M.A., '05 ; M.B., '09; M.D. 

? Herbert Mather Jamieson M.B., '04 

John Joseph Johnson M.B., '01 ; M.D. 

John Kirton, 60th Field Ambulance 20th Division (formerly 

Col. Sergt. " U " Coy., 4th Gordon Hrs.) M.A., 'i 1 ; M.B., 'J4 
Alex. Campbell White Knox, in charge of Amb. Train M.B., '13 

James Laird M.B., '91 

George Leggat M.B., '11 

George Robertson Lipp, 56th Field Amb. M.B., '14 

James William Littlejohn M.B., '08 ; M.D. 

John Low M.B., '09 

Anthony John MacCreadie, attached Queen Mary Military 

Hospital, Whalley, Lanes. M.B., '13 

Peter Macdonald M.A., '90 ; M.B., 94' ; M.D. 

James M'Lean MacFarlane M.B.,'oo; M.D. 

James Davidson Mackay M.B., '08 

John Moir Mackenzie, 67th Field Amb. M.A., '1 1 ; M.B., '15 

Kenneth Pirie Mackenzie M.A., 'io; M.B., '14 

James Murray MacLaggan M.B., '13 

Hugh MacLean M.B., '03 ; M.D. 

Clement Richard MacLeod M.B., '09 

John Ross MacNeill M.A., '09 ; M.B., 'j 3 

John Gordon Smith Macpherson M.B., '98 

Duncan James MacRae M.B., '03 

Edward Longueville Mansel M.B.,'94; M.D. 

Allan Massey M.B., '08 

John Lewis Menzies, attd. Oxf. & Bucks. Light Inf. M.B., '09 

Robert John Merson M.B., '09 

Joseph Ellis Milne, Highl. Casualty Clearing Station M.A., '88 ; M.D. 
Mearns Alexander Milne M.B., '06 

George Mitchell M.B., '03 ; M.D. 

John Marsters Mitchell, No. 2 Gen. Hosp., B.E.F., France M.B., '11 
John Hay Moir M.B., '07 ; M.D. 

Edmund Hugh Moore, D.S.O., wounded 28 February M.B., '11 

James Morrison, attd. 14th Divl. Train, A.S.C. M.A., '11 ; M.B., '14 
Hector Mortimer M.B., '14 

Barrington William Mudd M.B., '91 

James Robertson Murray (see p. 8) M.B., 'i I ; M.D. 

Edgar Alan Pearson M.B. '12 

George Ford Petrie M.B., '98 ; M.D. 






Temporary Commissions R.A.M.C. 23 

George Pirie M.B., '13 

John Proctor M.B., '05 

John Proctor, 1st Cav. Div. Fd. Amb., B.E.F. M.A., '09 ; M.B., '13 
Alexander Charles Profeit M.B., '99 ; M.D. 

Edmund Lewis Reid, Brit. Exped. Force M.B., '10 ; F.R.C.S. 

John McGregor Hartley Reid M.B., '14 

Peter Reid M.B., 'n 

William Ewen Reid M.B., '05 

Williamson Rust Reith M.A., '86 ; M.D. 

Donald Olson Riddel M.B., '12 

George Riddoch M.B., ' 1 3 

Dawson Cameron Robertson, 1 3th Div., 67-68 Brigs. R.F.A. M.B., '09 
Frederick William Robinson M.B., '82 ; M.D., F.R.C.S. 

John Ross M.B.,'n 

Joseph Hambley Rowe M.B., '94 

Bertie Ronald Gordon Russell M.B., '04 ; M.D. 

Robert Ferguson Russell, 23rd Gen. Hosp. M.B., '05 

William Alexander Gordon Russell M.A., '88 ; M.B. 

Colin George Shearer, 72nd Field Amb. M.B., '15 

Herbert Play ford Sheppard M.B., '00 

Robert Simpson Snowie M.B., '13 

Hugh Ross Souper M.A, '08 ; M.B., '12 

Robert Haig Spittal, attd. Brit. Milit. Hosp., Servian Army M.B., '05 
David James Shirres Stephen, nth Heavy Art. Brig., 27th 

Division, Brit. Exped. Force M.B., '10 ; M.D. 

Robert Ben Tydd Stephenson M.B., '86 ; M.D. 

Jas. Smith Stewart, Scots Guards, 1st Brig. 1st Div., B.E.F. M.B., '13 
George Stoddart M.A, 'oo ; M.B. 

Ernest Tawse M.B., '14 

John Maxwell Taylor, 23rd Gen. Hosp., France M.A., '99 ; M.B. 

William George Simpson Thomson M.A., '10; M.B., 'n 

Andrew Topping M.A, '11 ; M.B., '14 

Stephen Gait Trail M. B. , ' 1 o 

Leslie Valentine M.B., '93 

William Robert Watt M.B. '14 

Alex. James Will, attd. Brit. Milit. Hosp., Servian Army M.B., '14 
William Miller Will M.B., '1 1 

Andrew Stuart Wilson M.B., '02 

James Ingram Pirie Wilson M.B., '07 ; M.D., F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 

James Wilson M.B., '00 

Jas. Henderson Yule M.B., '08 



24 Graduates 



R.A.M. C. Special Reserve. 

Capt. William Fraser Munro (from 2nd E. Lanes. Field 

Ambulance) No. 18 Field Ambulance M.B., '03 

Lieut. William James Reid (from 3rd E. Lanes. Field 

Ambulance) No. 18 Field Ambulance M.A., '06 ; B.Sc. ; M.D. 



R.A.M. C. Special Reserve Supplementary Officers. 

Capt. Henry Havelock Brown M.B.,'86 

„ John Inkster M.B., '09 ; M.D. 

„ Paul Bernard Roth M.B., '05 ; F.R.C.S. 

,, George Ernest Shand M.B., '09; M.D. 

? Lieut. James Adams M.A., '00; M.B. 

„ David Sutherland Badenoch M.B.,'12 

,, James Thomson Cameron M.B., '13 

? ,, James Campbell M.B., '01 

„ Austin Basil Clarke, 55th Field Amb. M.B., '15 

,, Douglas Cran M.B. , '15 

? „ James Davidson M.B., '02 

„ James Davidson, O.C 60th Field Amb. 20th Div. M.B., 'n 

„ Robert Forgan, 38th Field Amb. in France M.A., 'i 1 ; M.B., '1 5 

,, Douglas Morrison Milne Fraser Med. Student; M.A., '13 

„ Frank Griffith, attd. Wessex Brig. R.F.A, India M.B., '13 

„ William John Sivewright Ingram M.B., '12 

„ Robert Daniel Lawrence Med. Student ; M. A., '12 

„ Sidney Walker Lund, Brit. Mil. Hosp. Servian Army M.B., '12 

,, William McCombie M.B., '13 

„ David Murdoch Marr, 21st Field Ambulance, 7th 

Division, Brit. Exped. Force M.B., '14 

„ Robert Godfrey Martyn M.B., '12 

„ Herbert Stewart Milne M.B.-, '09 

,, John Phimister Mitchell, attd. 4th King's Royal Rifles, 

wounded in Flanders, May, 1915 M.B., '07; M.D. 

„ Robert William Skinner Murray M.B.,'12 

,, Robert Boulton Myles, O.C. 68th Field Amb. M.B., '15 

„ Forster Heddle Brown Norrie, Adj. E. Div. M.B., '15 



Commissions T.F. 25 

Lieut. Alex. Lawrence Robb, 43rd Fd. Amb., 4th Div. M.B., '13 

„ Gilbert Wolridge Rose, 64th Field Amb. M.B.,'15 

,, John Forbes William Sandison M.B., '14 

„ William Walker M.B., '14 

„ William Joseph Webster, 64th Field Amb. M.B., '15 

? „ Alexander Wilson M.B., '09 

„ James Walker Wood, Brit. Exped. Force, France M.B., '14 

TERRITORIAL FORCE. 

Yeomanry. 

Capt. Henry Jackson Butchart, Scottish Horse B.L., '05 

Cyclist Companies, Divisional Mounted Troops. 

Capt. John Norrie, 2nd Lond. Division Teacher; B.Sc. '06 

2nd Lieut. William Smith, ? Division M.A., '12 ; B.Sc. (Agr.) 

Royal A rtillery. 

Lieut-Col. (Tempy.) John Everard Rae, O.C. 21st Highl. 

Brig., R.F.A. M.A., '91 

Maj. James William Garden, 1st Highl. Brig. 2nd City of 

Aberd. Batty., R.F.A. M.A., '99; B.L. 

,, Frederick William Kay, Adjt. 1st -Highl. Brig. 2nd 

City of Aberd. Batty., R.F.A. M.A., '92 ; B.L. 

,, William Bain Griffiths Minto, No. I Company, N. 

Scot, R.G.A. M.A.,'01 

Capt. John Mearns Allan, 2nd Lowl. Amm. Col., R.F.A. M.A., '04 
,, Patrick Ashley Cooper, 7th Lond. Brig. County of 

Lond. Batty., R.F.A. B.A. (Cantab.); LL.B., '12 

,, William Gordon Craigen, 1st Highl. Brig. 3rd City 

of Aberd. Batty., R.F.A. M.A., '05 ; LL.B. 

,, James Hastings Edwards, 1st Highl. Brig. 1st 

City of Aberd. Batty., R.F.A. M.A., '03 ; LL.B., '10 

„ Robert William Lyall Grant, Lowland (City of 
Edia), Heavy Batty., R.G.A. (Attorney-Gen. 
Nyassaland Protectorate since '09) M.A., '95 ; LL.B. (Edin.) 
Lieut. George Barclay, No. 3 Coy., Orkney, R.G.A. M.A., '86 

,, James Stuart Graham Collie, 1st Highl. Brig. 

Ammun. Column, R.F.A. M.A., '14 



2 6 Graduates 

Lieut. James Catto Duffus, 1st Highl. Brig, ist City of 

Aberd. Batty., R.F.A. M.A., '12 

,, James Cecil Davidson Mackie, 1st Highl. Brig. 

Ammun. Column, R.F.A. M.A., '12 ; LL.B., '10 

„ James Maxwell Savege, No. 1 Coy., N. Scot., R.G.A. M.A., '13 



Royal Engineers. 

Maj. Robert Mitchell, O.C. 2nd Highl. Field Coy., Highl. 

Divisional Engineers M.A., '94; B.L. 

Capt. Robert Bruce, Highl. Divisional Signal Coy. M.A., '05 ; B.L. 
,, John Reid, O.C. City of Aberdeen Fortress Eng. M.A., '93 

2nd Lieut. Charles William Walker, Highl. Divisional 

Signal Coy. M.A., '15 

Infantry. 

Lieut. -Col. William Rose Black, O.C. 6thiSeaforth Hrs. M.A., '89 
„ „ George Haddon Bower, O.C. 7th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '91 
,, „ Robert John Harvey-Gibson, D.L. (County 
Palatine of Lancaster), King's Liverpool 
Regt., Paymaster West Lanes. Terr. Force 
Assocn., etc., Professor, Univ. of Liverpool M.A., '80 
Maj. Robert Bruce, 7th Gordon Hrs., wounded Flanders, 

June M.A.,'93 ; M.D. 

,, William Alexander Smith, 4th Batt. E. Lanes. Regt. M.B., '04 
„ Edward William Watt, O.C. 3/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '98 
Capt. Robert Adam, 7th Gordon Hrs., wounded Flanders, 

June Advocate ; M.A., 'oo ; B.L. 

„ Rob. Moir Allardyce, 6th Argyll and Sutherl. Hrs. 

Teacher ; M.A., '02 
„ Murdoch Beaton, 4th Batt. Cameron Hrs. 

Insurance Inspector ; M.A., '95 
,, Kenneth William Braid, 7th Batt. Gordon Hrs., 

wounded Flanders, June, 191 5 B.Sc. & B.Sc. (Agr.), '13 

,, Eric William Harcourt Brander, 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. M.A., '10; LL.B., 'u 

„ Thomas Christie, 6th Seaforth Hrs. Nurseryman; M.A., '00 
„ James Martin Clapperton, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. B.L., '06 



Commissions T.F. 27 

Capt. (tempy. Maj.) James Dawson, 6th Gordon Hrs., wounded 

Ii March, mentd. in despatches Teacher; M.A., '99 

„ James Brown Gillies, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., Adj. 

2/4th Batt. (late Capt. 4th Gordons) B.L., '08 

„ James Hay, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '91 ; B.L. 

,, Thomas Barrett Heggs, 4th Batt. The Buffs (E. 

KentRegt.) M.B., '02 ; M.D. 

„ James Ogilvie Kemp, 5 th Batt. Royal Scots 

Advocate, Edin. ; M.A., '86 
„ William Lyall, 5th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '06 

,, Thomas Robertson MacKenzie, 6th Batt. Seaforth 

Hrs. M.A., '98 ; B.L. 

,, Lachlan MacKinnon, 4th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '06; LL.B., '10 
,, (Tempy.) George Minty, 6th Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A, 08 
„ George Mitchell, 7th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A, '90 
,, James Donaldson Paterson, 6th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '05 ; B.L. 
„ Charles Duncan Peterkin, 4th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '08 ; LL.B., 'i 1 
„ Charles Reid, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '09 

„ William Riddoch, 7th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher ; M.A., '84 
„ George Findlay Shirras, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A. , '07 

? ,, William Stephen, 5th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A, '03 

,, James Watson, 5th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., J 9i 

,, Alexander Morice Wilson, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., 

wounded in Flanders, May, 191 5 M.A., '09; LL.B., '12 

„ Alex. McDonald Younie, 5th Gordon Hrs. Teacher ; M.A., '90 

Lieut. William Adams, 7th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '90 

„ Ian McPherson Bain, 5th Black Watch Teacher ; M. A., '10 

„ Ian Anderson Clarke, 4th Gordon Hrs., wounded 

Flanders, June, 191 5 M.A., '11 ; B.Sc. 

„ Wm. Ernest Coutts, 6th Batt. Black Watch Teacher ; M. A., '12 
„ Finlay Ross Cramb, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. (see 

p. 44) Teacher; M.A, '12 

„ Archibald Forbes Hyslop, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

„ John William Innes, 6th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A, '10 

„ John Alexander Kennedy, 6th Batt. Seaforth Hrs. 

Teacher; M.A., '02; B.Sc. 
,, Alistair Cameron MacDonald, 5th Batt. Seaforth 

Hrs. Med. Student; M.A., '13 

,, George Edward Mackenzie, 4th Batt. Seaforth Hrs. 

Prob. C. of S. ; B.D., '13 



2 8 Graduates 

Lieut. John M'Hardy, 4th Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '09 

John Mackintosh, 6th Batt. Seaforth Hrs. 

Law Student; M.A., '13 
Robert Cumming Thomson Mair, 6th Batt. Seaforth 

Hrs. M.A., '02 ; LL.B. (Edin.) 

Alick James Merson, 5th Batt. Royal Scots 

Fusiliers Teacher; M.A., '06 

William Murison Smith Merson, 7th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. M.A.,'13; LL.B., '14 

Ernest Simpson, 5th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '1 1 
Alexander Pyper Taylor, 6th Seaforth Hrs. attd. 

51st (Highl.) Div. Cyclist Coy. Teacher ; M.A., '07 ; B.Sc. 
Andrew Topping, 4th Gordon Hrs. Med. Student; M.A., '11 
Jas. Innes Watson, 4th Gordon Hrs. Med. Student; M.A., '12 



2nd Lieut. Robert John Anderson (L. Corpl. 6th Sea- 

forths), 6th Batt. Seaforth Hrs. M.A., '13 

„ Alexander William Black, 4th Batt. Seaforth 

Hrs. Agr. Lecturer; B.Sc. (Agr.), '09 

,, Alexander Campbell (late Sergt, see p. 44), 

4th Batt. Seaforth Hrs. M.A., '12 

„ Robert Wm. Ferguson, 5th Gordon Hrs. (Pte., 

p. 44) M.A., '09; B.Sc. 

,, John Spence Grant (Pte. 4th Gordons, p. 45), 

6th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '11 ; B.D., '15 

,, Alexander Rennie Henderson, 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '11 

,, James Macdonald Henderson (Pte. 4th Gor- 
dons), 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. (see p. 45) M.A., '12 

„ Andrew Douglas Hopkinson, 4th Batt. Gor- 
don Hrs., wounded 10 April, 191 5 

For. Student; B.Sc. (Agr.), 'n 

,, Walter Inkster (Pte. 4th Gordons, p. 45), 4th 

Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher ; B.Sc, (Agr.), M.A., '1 1 

,, Robert Lyon, 5th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '12 ; LL.B., '14 

„ John MacCulloch, 5th Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '09 



Commissions T.F. 29 

2nd Lieut. David Mackenzie, 6th Gordon Hrs. Teacher ; M.A., '05 
„ Norman MacLeod, 4th Seaforth Hrs. Teacher ; M.A., '13 
,, Lachlan Macrae, 4th Batt. Cameron Hrs. 

Div. Student; M.A., '09 
„ Charles Thomas M'William, 5th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. trsf. 5 1st Div. Cyclist Coy. Law Student ; M.A.,'13 
,, Charles Gordon Mitchell, 4th Cameron Hrs. M.A., '11 
„ Alexander James (Falconer) Monro, 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. ; wounded ? June U.F.C. Min. ; M.A., '06 
„ John Morrison (Pte., see p. 46), 4th Batt. 

Cameron Hrs. U.F.C. Minister; M.A., '07 ; B.D. 

,, now Lieut, James Robert Park, 4th Batt. 

Cameron Hrs., wounded, Flanders M.A., '10 ; LL.B.,'i r 
„ John William Pirie, 4th Batt. Hampshire 

Regt. M.A., '10; B.A. (Oxon.) 

„ James Davidson Pratt (Col. Sergt. 4th Gor- 
dons, pp. 8, 47), 4th Gordon Hrs. M.A.,'12 ; B.Sc, '13 
„ Frederick Alexander Rose, 4th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '11 
„ Simon Fraser Ross (Pte.) 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. (see p. 47) Div. Student ; 

„ John Warrack Runcieman (Pte. 7th Black 

Watch, p. 47), Terr. Force Reserve M.A., 
,, William John Campbell Sangster, 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. 
„ James Scott (L. Sergt, p. 47) 6th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. (see p. 47) Teacher ; 

„ Charles Shearer, 6th Batt. Black Watch 
(see p. 47) Med. Student ; 

, „ Hugh Philip Skakle (see p. 47) 4th Batt. 
Gordon Hrs. M.A., 

,, William Smith, 4th Gordon Hrs., now Div. 

Cyclists Co. (see p. 47) M.A., '12 ; B.Sc. (Agr.), '13 
,, Frederick Charles Stephen (see p. 48), 6th 

Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '09 

„ now Lieut., James Alexander Symon, 4th'Batt 

Cameron Hrs. Agr. Lecturer; M.A., B.Sc. (Agr.), '11 
,, Robert Jamieson Troup, 5th Gordon Hrs. 

Agr. Student; M.A., '14 



M.A. 


,'n 


'99; 


B.L. 


M.A. 


,'14 


M.A. 


,'13: 


M.A. 


,'I2 


'11; 


B.D. 



3 o Graduates 

Channel Islands Militia. 

2nd Lieut. George Mitchell Johnston, 2nd Batt. Roy. 
Militia of the Island of Jersey, employed as Tempy. 
Capt, 7th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles B.Sc. (Agr.), 'n 

Infantry, Territorial Force, Unattached List. 

Lieut. James Gordon, for service with George Heriot's Sch. 
Contingent O.T.C. , now in 3rd Batt. Royal Scots 
(see p. 15). M.A., '07 

2nd Lieut. Robert Neil Rudmose Brown, for service with the 

Sheffield University Contingent O.T.C. B.Sc, 'oo ; D.Sc. 
,, „ William Moir Calder, for service with the 
Manchester University Contingent, O.T.C. 

Professor; M.A., '03 
„ „ Hamilton MacCombie, for service with the Bir- 
mingham University Contingent O.T.C. 

B.Sc. (Lond.), Ph.D. ; M.A., '00 

Territorial Force Reserve. 

Lieut. -Col., Hon. Col., David Brown Douglas Stewart,V.D., 

till November, 1914, O.C. 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '82 

Maj. John Law, T.D., 5th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher ; M.A., '84 

Capt. Wm. Reid, 5th Gordon Hrs. Headmaster; M.A., '86 

Lieut. Donaldson Simpson Rose, formerly Lieut. 1 st Vol. 

Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '84 

Army Service Corps Territorial Force. 

Capt. John Duncan MacDiarmid, O.C. 2/3rd (Gordon 

Brig.) Coy. Highl. Div. Train M.A, '96; B.L. 

,, George Archibald Simpson (late Capt. 1 st Aberdeen- 
shire Art. Vol.) (see p. 50) M.A., '84 
2nd Lieut. Edward George Bruce, No. 3 (Gordon Brig.) 

Coy. Highl. Div. Train M.A.,'14 

„ „ George Brown Cameron B.Sc. (Agr.), '1 5 

,, ,, William Allan Smith, No. 3 (Gordon Brig.) 
Coy. Highl. Div. Train. 



Commissions T.F. 



3 1 



R.A.M.C. Territorial Force. 



Hon. Col. Sir Alexander Ogston, K.C.V.O., Highland 
Division attached to British Hospital in Servia 

M.B., '6s ; M.D., LL.D. 
„ Surg. Col. James Cantlie, V.D., 1st London Division 
on the Executive Committee, British 
Red Cross Society M.A., '71 ; M.B., F.R.C.S. 

„ „ ,, (Surg. Lieut. Col.) Walter Culver James, 

Honourable Artillery Company M.B., '76 ; M.D. 
Lieut-Col. James Morrison Gardiner Bremner, 2nd E. 

Angl. Field Ambulance M.B., '94 

,, „ Alexander Callam, 2nd East Lanes. Field 

Ambulance M.B., '03 ; M.D. 

George Cran, V.D.attd. 7th Gordon Hrs. M.B., '75 ; M.D. 
Thomas Finlayson Dewar, T.D., Sanitary 

Offi. War Office Staff B.Sc. (Edin.) ; M.B., '87 ; M.D. 
Clarence Isidore Ellis, Wessex Clearing 

Hospital M.B., '96; M.D. 

Thomas Fraser, 1st Highl. Field Ambu- 
lance M.A., '94; M.B., '98 
Francis Kelly, 2nd Highl. Field Ambu- 
lance M.B., '89; M.D. 
Alexander Barclay Lyon, 1 st London Casualty 

Clearing Station M.B., '90 ; M.D. 

William Riddell Matthews, 3rd E. Lanes. 

Field Ambulance M.B., '95 

Peter Mitchell, 1st Scottish Gen. Hosp. M.B., '94 ; M.D. 
John Munro Moir, V.D., attached Inverness- 
shire Batt, R.H.A M.B., '76 ; M.D. 
Alexander Nicol, V.D., attd. 6th Gordon Hrs. 

M.B., '80; M.D. 
Alexander Ogston, 1st Highl. Casualty 

Clearing Station M.A., '89; M.B., '93 

William Henderson Stephen, istS. Midi. Mtd. 

Brig. Field Ambulance M.B., '91 

George Alexander Troup, 3rd E. Angl. Field 
Ambulance M.B., '94 ; M.D. 



3 2 Graduates 

Lieut-Col. James Stratton Warrack, Home Counties 
Casualty Clearing Station (previously at- 
tached Kent Fortress Engineers) M.A., '92; M.D. 
,, „ Robert Morrison Wilson, V.D. attached 5th 

Gordon Hrs. M.A., '73 ; M.D. 

Maj. William James Caie, 2nd E. Angl. Field Ambulance 

M.A., '95 ; M.B. 
,, Charles Cameron, 2nd Highl. Field Ambulance M.B., '95 

,, John Farquhar Christie, attached 4th Gordon 

Hrs. M.A., '91 ; M.B. 

,, James Will Cook, 5th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers M.B., '84 

,, James Matthews Duncan, attached 5th Lincolnshire 

Regt. M.A., '94 ; M.B. 

„ Andrew Fowler, attached 5th Gordon Hrs. M.B., '78 ; M.D. 

„ Douglas Vercoe Haig, 2nd Northumberland Field 

Ambulance M.B., '95 ; M.D. 

„ Alfred Alwyne Hingston, 2nd S. Midi. Field 

Ambulance B.A. (Cantab.) ; M.B., '00 

,, Thomas Holt, attached 6th Batt. Lanes. Fusiliers 

M.B., '90 ; M.D. 
,, Peter Howie, 1st Highl. Field Ambulance M.B., '93 

„ William MacDonald, 2nd W. Lanes. Field Amb. M.B., '99 

„ James Forbes Macintosh, 2nd Highl. Field Ambulance M.B., '03 
„ George Mackie, attached Shropshire Batty. R.H.A. M.B., '91 
„ James Smith Mather, 3rd S. Midi. Field Ambu- 
lance M.B., '91 
„ James Middleton, attached 5th Gordon Hrs. -M.B., '82 
,, (Tempy.) James Mowat (late Fleet-Surgeon R.N., p. 

13), E. Anglian Casualty Clearing Station M.B., '91 

„ Robert Rannie, attached 7th Gordon Hrs. M.B., '87 

„ James Robertson Reid (Hon Maj. ret. Vols.), at- 
tached W. Lanes. Divisional Train, A.S.C. M.B., '83 ; M.D. 
„ James Robertson, 1st Highl. Field Amb. M.B., '04 ; M.D. 

,, Thomas Alexander Sellar, attached 6th Gordon Hrs. M.B., '80 
,, William Sinclair, M.O., City of Aberdeen Fortress 

Engineers M.A., '89 ; M.B., '92 

„ James Smart, 1st Scottish General Hosp. M.A., '94 ; M.B., '99 
„ Douglas Martin Spring, 1st S. Midi. Mtd. Brig. Field 

Ambulance M.B., '09 



Commissioned T.F. 33 

Maj. James Taylor, attached 6th Gordon Hrs. M.B., '83 ; M.D. 

„ George Wilson, attached Inverness-shire Batty., 

R.H.A. M.A, '88 ; M.B. 



Capt. Cuthbert Delaval Shafto Agassiz, 1st Highl. Field 

Amb., attd. temp. 1st Highl. Brig., R.H.A. M.B., '08 ; M.D. 

„ William Cowie, 4th London Field Ambulance M.A., '92 ; M.B. 

„ Alexander Cruickshank, attached 7th Gordon Hrs. M.B., '96 

„ Richard Eager, O.C. 2nd 1st Wessex Field Ambu- 
lance, Imperial Service Unit M.B., '05 ; M.D. 

,, William Manson Fergusson, attd. North Sc. , R.G.A., 

aftwds. 2 Highl. Brig., R.F.A. M.B., '05 ; M.D. 

„ John Douglas Fiddes, 1st Highl. Field Ambulance 

M.A., '05 ; B.Sc. ; M.B., '09 

„ (Tempy.) John Innes, Highl. Casualty Clearing Sta- 
tion M.B., '96 

„ Arthur Kellas, 1st Highl. Field Ambulance M.B., '06. 

„ John Leach, attached 1st Lovat Scouts M.A, '88 ; M.B. 

„ Robert Lindsay, attached 4th Cameron Hrs. M.B., '95 

„ Alex. George Lovett-Campbell, attached 2nd Lovat 

Scouts M.B., '95 

„ Andrew Mowat, attached 1st Highl. Mtd. Brig. 

Field Ambulance M.B., '95 

,, William Murray, attached 3rd S. Midi. Brig., 

R.F.A M.A., '91 ; M.D. 

„ Frederick Philip, attached 2nd Highl. Field Com- 
pany Highl. Divisional Engineers M.B., '98 

„ James Andrew Simpson,, attached Scottish Horse M.B., '00 

,, Frederick Keiller Smith, attached 6th Gordon Hrs. 

M.A, '99; M.B., '03 

„ Francis William Squair, 3rd Highl. Howitzer Brig. M.B., '02 

„ James Alexander Stephen, 2nd Highland Field Am- 
bulance, attached 6th Seaforth Hrs. M.A., '95 ; M.B. 

,, Ellerington Reed Turner, attached 6th Gordon Hrs. 

and then 4th Gordons till January, 191 5 M.B., '91 

,, Alfred John Williamson, 4th London Field Ambu- 
lance M.A, '05 ; M.D. 

3 



34 Graduates 

Capt. George Alexander Williamson, Supernumerary for 
Service with Aberdeen University Contingent 
O.T.C. (ist Section Field Ambulance Medical 
Corps), now attached to Brit. Medit. Exped. 
Force ; the Citadel Hospital, Cairo M.A., '89 ; M.D. 

Lieut. Benjamin James Alcock, 2nd Highl. Field Am- 
bulance, now in France M.A., '00; M.D. 
„ Andrew Baxter, attd. Cheshire Yeomanry M.B., '92 ; M.D. 
,, Frank William Begg, 2nd W. Riding Field Amb. M.B., '03 
,, Henry Begg, ist Highl. Field Amb. M.B., '06 
,, Douglas Wales Berry M.B., '15 
„ Bernard Gordon Beveridge, 1st Highl. Field Am- 
bulance (Tempy attached 4th Gordon Hrs.) M.B., '12 
,, William Brander, 3rd E. Angl. Field Ambulance 

M.B., '01 ; M.D. 
„ Hugh Gilbert Bruce, attached 6th Argyll & Suther- 
land Hrs. M.B., '12 
„ Donald Buchanan, ist S. Midi. Mtd. Brig. Field 

Ambulance M.B., '08 ; M.D. 

,, William Jenkins Cruickshank, East Angl. Divisional 

Engineers M.A., '05 ; M.B. 

,, George Davidson, ist Highl. Field Ambulance M.A., '84 ; M.D. 
„ John Dow M.A., 'io; M.B., '14 

Hon. Lieut. David Hutcheon Duthie, 2nd Highl. Field 

Ambulance M.A., '93 ; B.L. 

Lieut. Reginald Douglas Gawn, attached nth (County of 

London) Batt. London Regt. M.B., '96 

„ Alastair Robertson Grant, attd. 4th Gordon Hrs. M.B., '13 

„ Leighton Hill Hay, ist S. W. Mtd. Brig. Field 

Ambulance M.B., '07 

„ John Alex. Innes, Highl. Cas. Ci. Sta. B.Sc, '13 ; M.B., '15 
„ William Brooks Keith, 1st Home Counties Field 
Ambulance and later with 8 ist Field Ambulance, 
27th Division, Brit. Exped. Force M.B., '06; M.D. 

„ George Bruce Killoh, 3rd Highl. Field Amb. M.B., '02 

„ Herbert John Adam Longmore M.B., '15 

„ James Stewart MacConnachie, ist Highl. Field 

Ambulance M.B., '06 



Commissioned T.F. 35 

Lieut. George Mortimer MacGillivray, 2nd Home Counties 

Field Ambulance M.B, '12 

„ Evan Alexander Mackenzie, Highl. Mtd. Brig. Field 

Ambulance M.B., '14 

„ Douglas John Marr, 3rd (Notts and Derby) Mtd. 

Brig. Field Ambulance M.B., '06 

„ George Spencer Melvin, 2nd Highl. Field Ambu- 
lance, attd. 152nd, 5th Highl. Div., France M.B., '09 ; M.D. 

„ Harry Middleton, 3rd W. Lanes. Field Ambulance M.B., '07 

„ Alexander Mitchell, 1st S. Midi. Mtd. Brig. Field 

Ambulance, Brit. Exped. Force M.B., '10 

„ John Moir, 2nd Highl. Field Ambulance M.A., '12 ; M.B., '15 

„ Leonard James Moir, S. Midi. Casualty Clearing Stn. M.B., '13 

,, Cameron Macd. Nicol, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. 

M.A., 'n ; M.B., '15 

„ Arthur William Paterson, 1st E. Angl. Field Amb. M.B., '92 

,, Robert Williamson Asher Salmond, 3rd London 

Field Ambulance M.B., '07 ; M.D. ; Ch.M. 

„ Arthur Charles Mears Savege, 3rd Northumberland 

Field Ambulance M.B., '12 

„ Thomas Stewart Slessor, 2nd Highl. Field Am- 
bulance M.A., '98 ; M.B. 

„ George Christie Soutter, 1st S. Midi. Mtd. Brig. 

Field Ambulance M.B., '09 ; M.D. 

,, James Alexander Stephen, 2nd Highland Field 

Ambulance, attached 6th Seaforth Hrs. M.A., '95 ; M.B. 

,, Frank Pearce Sturm, 1st N. Midi. Field Ambulance 

M.B., '07 ; Ch.M. 

„ James Ettershank Gordon Thomson, 1st Highl. 
Field Ambulance attached 5th Batt. Roy. Hrs. 
(Black Watch) M.B., '07 

,, John William Thomson, 1st N. Midi. Field Am- 
bulance M.A., '91 ; M.B., '95 

„ Adam Annand Turner, 3rd W. Lanes. Field Amb. M.B., '13 

„ John Alexander Watt, 4th London Field Am- 
bulance M.B., '99 D.P.H. 



3 6 Graduates 

Officers whose Services are Available on Mobilisation. 

Lieut.-Col. James McKenzie Booth (Lt. Col. ret. T.F.), 

ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.A., '75 ; M.D. 

„ ,, Duncan Burgess, 3rd N. Gen. Hosp. 

M.A., '68 ; M.B. (Cantab.) 
,, ,, Frederick William Ellis, ist South. Gen. Hosp. 

M.B., '98 ; M.D. ; F.R.C.S. 
„ ,, Arthur Hugh Lister, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp., for 

a time with British Red Cross in France 

B.A (Cantab.); M.B., '95 
„ „ Ashley Watson Mackintosh, ist Scot. Gen. 

Hosp. (see p. 7) M.A., '88 ; M.D. 

„ John Marnoch, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. (p. 7) M.A., '88 ; M.B. 
„ „ George Stevenson Middleton, 4th Scot. Gen. 

Hosp. M.A., '73 ; M.D. (Glasg.) 

,, „ Herbert Redwood Vachell, 3rd W. Gen. 

Hosp. M.B., '78 ; M.D. 

Maj. Alex. Rudolf Galloway, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.A., '84 ; M.B., '88 
„ James Galloway, 4th Lond. Gen. Hosp. M.A.,'83 ; M.D.,F.R.C.S. 
,, David Watson Geddie, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.A., '85 ; M.B., '89 
„ George Gibb, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.A., '83 ; M.B., '88 

,, Henry M'llree Williamson Gray, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. 

(Tempy. Colonel, see p. 19) M.B., '95 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 

„ Alexander Hill Griffith, 2nd W. Gen. Hosp. M.B., '80; M.D. 
„ Thomas Wardrop Griffith, 2nd N. Gen. Hosp. M.B., '82 ; M.D. 
„ John Reid Levack, 1st Scot, Gen. Hosp. M.B., '91 

„ Robert Gordon MacKerron, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. 

(see p. 7) M.A., '84 ; M.D. 

„ Sir William Milligan, 2nd W. Gen. Hosp. M.B., '86; M.D. 

„ William Rattray Pirie, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.A., '88 ; M.B. 
Capt Middleton Connon, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.B., '96; M.D. 

„ Jas. Melville Paterson Crombie, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.B., '95 
„ Alexander Don, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. 

M.A., '84; M.B., '94 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 
„ George Mellis Duncan, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. (see p. 7) M.B., '96 
„ Arthur Wellesley Falconer, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. 

(seep. 8) M.B.,'01 ; M.D. 

„ George Hall, 1st N. Gen. Hosp. M.A, '00; M.D. 

,, John Johnston, ist Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.B., '09 



Commissioned T.F. 37 

Capt. Angus MacGillivray, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. 

M.B., '89; D.Sc. (St. And); M.D. 
,, James Milroy MacQueen, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. 

(see p. 8) M.A., '03 ; B.Sc. ; M.B. 

Edwin Matthew, 2nd Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.A., '89 ; M.D. (Edin.) 
Alexander Mitchell, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. (see p. 8) 

M.A., '01 ; M.B., '05 ; Ch.M. 
Henry Peterkin, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.A., '96 ; M.B. 

Ernest George Symes Saunders, 4th South. Gen. 

Hosp. M.B., '91 ; M.D. 

Harold Edgar Smith, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.A., '01 ; M.B. 
William Clark Souter, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.B., '03 ; M.D. 
Edgar Stevenson, 1st W. Gen. Hosp. M.B., '89 ; M.D. 

George Stuart, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.A., '08 ; M.B. 

J. Taylor, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.B., '86 

James Leslie Wilson, 1st N. Gen. Hosp. 

M.A., '92 ; M.B. (Durh.) 

Sanitary Service — Sanitary Companies. 

Lieut. Kenneth MacLennan, 2nd London Coy. (late 2nd 

Lieut. Tempy. A.S.C., p. 18) Research Student ; B.Sc. (Agr.), ' 12 



Sanitary Officers. 




Lieut.-Col. Robert Shirra Gibb 




M.B., '72 


(See also Lieut.-Col. Matthew Hay, 


P- 7)- 




Maj. William Bruce 




M.A.,'55; M.D., LL.D. 


„ James Niven 


M.A., 


'70 ; M.B. (Camb.), LL.D. 


Capt. James Dawson 




M.A., '90; M.B. 


„ Alexander Ledingham 




M.A., '93 ; M.D. 


,, Coll Reginald Macdonald 




M.B., '8o; M.D. 


„ William Mackie 




M.A., '78 ; M.D. 


„ John Murray 




M.B., '07 


„ David Rennet 




M.B., '89; M.D. 


,, Alexander Robb 




M.A., '91 ; M.D. 


„ James Peter Watt 




M.A., '75 ; M.B. (Edin.) 


„ John Thomson Wilson 




M.B., '91 ; M.D. 


„ Robert Mortimer Yule 




M.B., '73; M.D. 



38 



Graduates 



THE INDIAN ARMY. 

Major James Henry Morison Davie, 34th Prince Albert 
Victor's Own Poona Horse, Dep. Asst. Adjt.-Gen. 6th 
(Poona) Division 

Captain Clement Lee Cobban, 43rd Erinpura Regiment, 
General Staff Officer 3rd Grade, Imperial General 
Staff (1st Class Interpreter in a Mod. Foreign Lan- 
guage) 

Reserve of Officers. 



M.A., '90 



M.A., '00 



2nd Lieut, (the Rev.) David Craik, attd. successively to 
2nd Batt. W. Stafford Regt. 45th (Rattray's 
Sikhs); nth Rajputs Ind. Exped. Force 
Division M.A., '07 ; B.D. (St. And.) 

„ „ Thomas Reuben Spiller, Supply and Trans- 
port Service M.A., '12 
Keith Cantlie I.C.S. ; M.A. '08 
,, ,, James Donald I.C.S. ; M.A. '93 
John Alex. Stewart I.C.S. ; M.A. '03 

Calcutta Scottish Volunteer Rifles. 

2nd Lieut. Alexander Marr I.C.S. ; M.A., '97 ; B.Sc. 

? Robert Niven Gilchrist M.A., '09 

%* See further under Alumni. 



Indian Medical Service. 



Lieut. -Col. 


Sidney Harvey Burnett 




M.B., 


'91 


j) 


» 


William Ronaldson Clark 


M.A., '81; 


M.B., 


'84 


>» 


)> 


David Macdonald Davidson 


M.B., 


'87; M.D. 


» 


)) 


Alexander Leonard Duke 




M.B., 


'88 


>> 


)> 


John Wemyss Grant 




M.B., 


'92 


>y 


)> 


Philip James Lumsden 




M.B., 


'86 


>> 


>> 


Charles Milne 




M.B., 


'91 


>> 





George Maclver Campbell Smith 


M.A, '88 


; M.B., 


'9i 


Maj. 


Ernest Bisset 




M.B., 


'99 


>) 


James Alexander Black 


M.A., '91 


; M.B., 


'94 


>) 


Alexander Chalmers 




M.B., 


'98 



Harry Emslie-Smith, Hospital Ship " Glasgow Castle " M.B., '00 



Indian Medical Service 39 

Maj. Alex. Fenton M.A., '91 ; M.B., '95 

,, Andrew Thomas Gage M.A., '91 ; B.Sc, '93 ; M.B., '96 

,, William Adolphus Justice M.B., '93 

„ William Lethbridge M.B., '95 

„ Norman Walter Mackworth M.B., '01 ; F.R.C.S. Edin. 

,, Colin Forbes Marr, 90th Punjabis M.B., '00 

„ Alex. William Overbeck- Wright M.B., '01 

,, William Duncan Ritchie M.B., '99 

„ Lessel Philip Stephen M.A., '95 ; M.B., '99 

„ Andrew Watson Cook Young, 24th Punjabis M.B., '98 

„ Thomas Charles McCombie Young M.B., '01 

Capt. James William Barnett, 34th Sikh Pioneers M.B., '07 

,, Duncan Coutts, 37th Dogras M.B., '05 

,, Richard Edward Flowerdew, 99th Deccan Infantry M.B., '08 
„ William Cowan Gray M.B., '01 

„ Andrew Smith Leslie M.A., '02 ; M.B., '06 

„ William Sim MacGillivray, 41st Dogras M.B., '03 

„ Gordon William Maconachie, 73rd Carnatic Infantry M.B., '03 
„ William Anderson Mearns, 69th Punjabis M.A., '99 ; M.B., '03 
„ Patrick Manson Rennie, 32nd Sikh Pioneers M.B., '06 

„ Henry Edward Shortt, attd. 62nd Punjabis M.B., '10 

,, Maurice Forbes White, 33rd Punjabis M.B., '01 

Lieut. Robert Morrison Easton M.A., '07 ; M.B. , '11 

„ Arch. Campbell MacRae, attd. 33rd Punjabis M.B., '12 

Richard Reginald Maitland Porter M.A., '08 ; M.B., '12 

Retired Officers Re-employed. 

Lieut. -Col. Alexander Vass Anderson, on special service 

at Poona M.B., '8o 

„ „ William Henry Gray, died January, 191 5 M.B., '86 

ARMY CHAPLAINS DEPARTMENT. 

Acting Army Chaplains. 

Rev. James Duncan (C.S.), Tempy. Chapl. to the Forces, 

4th Class, Caterham Barracks, Surrey M.A. King's Coll., '50 
,, Henry Farquhar (C.S.), Tempy. Chapl. to the Forces, 

4th Class, Dover M.A, '79; B.D. (Edin.) 



40 Graduates 

Rev. Charles Gordon Mackenzie (C.S.), Tempy. Chapl. to 
the Forces, 4th Class, Chapl. Scots. Regts., Wylye 
Valley, Salisbury Plain, also Chapl. to the Terri- 
torial Force, attd. 5th (Buchan) Batt. Gordon 
Hrs. M.A., '96 ; B.D. (Edin.) 

„ George Cook Macpherson (C.S.), of the Indian Eccle- 
siastical Establishment, attd. 1st Batt. Highl. Light 
Infantry, now in France M.A. , '00 ; B.D. 

„ George Walter Mennie (C.E.), Tempy, Chapl. to the 

Forces, 4th Class M.A., '86 

,, Thomas Murray (U.F.C.), ret. Chapl. to the Forces, 
1st Class (Senior Prob. Chapl.), temporarily re- 
employed M.A., '72 

„ Thomas Scott (C.S.), ret. Chapl. Indian Ecclesias- 
tical Establishment, Tempy. Chapl. to the Forces, 
4th Class M.A, '72 

Territorial Force. 

Rev. James Cooper (C.S.), 1st Class, attd. Glasg. Univ. 

Cont. O.T.C. M.A, '67 ; D.D. 

Robert Sangster Kemp. T.D. (C.S.), 1st Class, attd. 

5th (Buchan, etc.) Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '82 ; B.D. 

Robert Macpherson, V.D. (C.S.), 1st Class, attd. 6th 

(Morayshire) Batt. Seaforth Hrs. M.A., '69 ; D.D. 

James Robertson, D.S.O. (C.S.), 1st Class ret. pay, 

now 2nd Class attd. to Scot. Horse Arts Stud. ; '73-76 ; D.D. 
James Smith, T.D. (C.S.), 1st Class, attd. 1st and 2nd 

Highl. Field Ambulance M.A, '74 ; B.D. 

James Black (C.S.), 2nd Class attd. 6th (Banff, etc.), 

Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '91 

John Gordon Smith Napier (C.S.), 2nd Class, attd. 

4th Batt. the King's Own Scottish Borderers M.A, '76 

Alexander Jack (C.S.), 3rd Class, attd. 6th (Banff, etc.) 

Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '73 

Alexander Masson (C.S.), 3rd Class, till lately attd. 

Cycl. Batt. Royal Scots. M.A, '63 ; B.D. (Edin.) 

James Thomson (C.S.), 3rd Class, attd. 7th (Blyths- 

wood)Batt, H.L.I. M.A, '75 ; D.D. (Glasg.) 






Chaplains T.F. 41 

Rev. James Beattie Burnett (C.S.), 4th Class, attd. 7th 

(Deeside) Batt. London Hrs. M.A., '86 ; B.D. 

„ Donald Cameron (U.F.C.), 4th Class, attd. 5th (Angus, 

etc.) Batt. Black Watch M.A., '98 ; B.D. 

„ James Harvey (U.F.C.), 4th Class, attd. 7th Batt. 

Royal Scots M.A., '79 

„ James Lumsden (C.S.), 4th Class, attd. 7th Batt. Royal 

Scots M.A., '84 ; B.D. 

„ John MacConnachie (U.F.C.), 4th Class, attd. 4th 

(Dundee) Batt. Black Watch M.A., '96 

,, Charles Gordon Mackenzie (C.S.), (see above). 
,, William Simpson Matheson (U.F.C), 4th Class, attd. 

4th (Border) Batt. King's Own Scottish Borderers M.A., '80 
,, William Ross (U.F.C), 4th Class, attd. 2nd Lowl. 

Brig., R.F.A. M.A., '89 ; B.D. 

„ William Sutherland Swanson (U.F.C), 4th Class, attd. 

4th Lowl. (Howitz.) Brig., R.F.A. M.A., '82 

FORCES OF H.M. DOMINIONS BEYOND THE SEAS. 
Canadian Expeditionary Force and Other Corps. 

Capt. William Rae, 72nd Seaforth Hrs. (Canadian 
Militia), now 16th Batt. 3rd Brig. 1st Can. Exped. 
Force B.L. ; M.A., '03 

2nd Lieut. Alex. Hutcheon, nth Batt. 1st Can. Exped. 

Force (wounded April, 191 5) B.L., 02 

British Honduras Defence Force. 
2nd Lieut. John Craig M.A., '06 

West African Field Force. 

Lieut. Alex. John Findlay, Nigerian Land Cont. ? 

M.A., '00; B.Sc. (Agr.) 

West African Medical Service. 

Medical Officer William Allan (M.O. of Health, Freetown) M.B., '09 

„ ,, Thomas Peppe Fraser, N. Nigeria Frontier 

Force, killed on E. frontier of Nigeria, 5 

September, 191 4 M.B., '01 

„ „ John Taylor Watt, wounded, date unknown M.B., '13 

William Gordon Watt M.B., '08 



42 Graduates 

Cape Town Highlanders. 

2nd Lieut. Adam Gordon Howitt (late Sergt., p. 49) B.Sc. (AgrA '10 

South African Expeditionary Force, Medical Service. 

Maj. George Michie MA., '84 ; M.D. 

„ William Russell M.B., '90 ; M.D. 

„ David Morice Tomory (M.O. of Health, Bloem- 
fontein), Captain in S. African War, has been act- 
ing as Surgeon with British Red Cross in France M.B., '90 
Capt. Arthur John Milne, Reserve Force (Civil Surgeon 

in S. African War, Medal with 5 clasps) M.B., 'or 

Lieut. Alexander Marr Geddes M.B., '09 

? John Mitchell M.B., '09 

East African Expeditionary Force. 

Captain John Forbes, Senior Medical Officer, Carrier Corps 

(Civil Surgeon S. African War, Medal, 3 clasps) M.B., 'oo 

Royal Australian Naval Reserve. 

Rev. Robert Murray (Williamstown, Victoria), Chaplain 

M.A, '83 ; B.D. (St. And.) 

Australian Expeditionary Corps. 

Maj. John Smith Purdy, Austral. A.M.C., M.O. to the 
Divisional Ammunition Column, 1st Australian Divi- 
. sion, and to the Australian Light Horse Camp, Ma'adi, 
Egypt M.B., '98 ; M.D. 

New Zealand Forces. 

Col. James Robert Purdy, V.D., Director Medical Services, 

New Zealand Army M.B., '83 

Singapore Volunteer Corps. 

Major William Robert Colvin Middleton, Dep. Asst. 

Director Medical Services (Sanitary), Straits 

Settlements M.A, '83 ; M.D. 

„ John Arthur Rinder Glennie, 2nd in command M.B., '89 

Capt. Robert Donald Keith, O.C. Med. Coy. M.A, '98; M.D. 

„ Peter Sinclair Hunter, Med. Coy. M.A., '04; M.B. 



Enlisted 43 



t Lieut. Angus Forsyth Legge, killed in the Singapore 

Mutiny, February, 1915 M.B., 'l2 

*% See further pp. 49, 55, 58 for Graduates serving in the 
ranks of, and for Alumni serving in, the Overseas 
Forces. 

Russian Army Medical Corps. 
Lieut.-Col. Colin Finlayson Simpson (of Moukden, Man- 
churia) M.A., '06; M.B. 

GRADUATES ENLISTED OR RE-ENLISTED SINCE THE 
BEGINNING OF THE WAR {including those since commis- 
sioned). 

Yeomanry. 

Squadr. Sergt. Maj. John Blackhall Anderson, F Squadr. 

Scottish Horse Teacher ; M.A., '90 

Sergt. Williejohn Oberlin Gilmore, Scottish Horse M.A., 'il 

Farrier Sergt. Maj. James MacAllan, 1st Scottish Horse M.A., '11 

Trooper John Rose, Lovat Scouts B.Sc. (Agr.), '11 

„ James Archibald Bruce Sim, Scottish Horse M.B., '05 

,, John Walker, Lothian and Border Horse 

Agr. Lecturer, B.Sc. (Agr.); M.A., '10 
„ Peter Webster, Motor Section, 2nd Lovat Scouts 

Teacher; M.A., '06 
A rtillery. 

Private Gavin Leith Allardyce, Hon. Artillery Coy. 

W.S., Ed. ; M.A., '05 
Bombardier William Murray, 157th (City of Aberdeen) 

Brig., R.F.A. Teacher ; M.A., '09 

Private John McLaren Wilson, since commissioned 

(see p. 16.) Prob. U.F.C. ; M.A., 'io 

Engineers. 
Sapper William Henry Sutherland, Highl. Div. Signal 

Coy. (formerly Private " E " Coy., 4th Gordon Hrs.) M.A., '14 

Motor Cyclists. 
Alexander Mackenzie Agr. Student, M.A., '13. 

Infantry. 
Corpl. Alexander Allardyce, "G" Coy., 4th Gordon Hrs. 

Solicitor, M.A., '04; B.L. 



44 Graduates 

Sergt. James S. Anderson, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '15 

Private William Bruce Anderson, 3 /4th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '11 

„ John Lyon Booth, " D " Coy., 4th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

,, Robert Grant Bremner, London Scottish Teacher ; M.A., '08 

„ Evan Macd. Burns, "U" Coy., 4th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

Sergt. Alexander Campbell, 4th Batt. Seaforth Hrs., since 

commissioned (see p. 28) Teacher; M.A., '12 

Private William Tait Craig, "A" Coy., 6th Batt. Cameron 

Hrs. Teacher ; M.A., '05 

„ Finlay Ross Cramb, 2/4th Gordon Hrs. (see p. 27) M.A. '12 
„ Thomas Cranston, 4th Gordon Hrs. Off. of Customs ; M.A., '12 
L-Corpl. Arthur Crichton, 4th Gordon Hrs., wounded 

May, rejoined M.A., '14 

Priv. Norman Crichton, 4th Gordon Hrs. Div. Stud., U.F.C. ; M.A., 'n 

„ George Cruickshank Fullerton Scholar ; M.A., '13 

Sergt. William Cumming, 5th Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '00 

■f Private Marianus Alex. Cumming, 4th Gordon Hrs., 

killed in action, Flanders, 14 June Teacher; M.A., '12 

„ George Dawson, ? Royal Scots Teacher ; M. A., '05 ; B.Sc. 
Robert Dawson, " U" Coy., 4th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

„ Robert Thomson Donald, "U" Coy., 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs., wounded in Flanders, May, '15 M.A., '14 
Lance-Corpl. Balfour Downie, 3/6th Gordon Hrs. Teacher ; M.A., '09 
+ L. -Sergt. Alexander David Duncan, " U " Coy., 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs., died of wounds reed. i6or I7june M.A.,'14 
Private Frank Emslie, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., wounded in 

Flanders, March, rejoined Teacher ; M.A., '05 

Corpl. Edgar Hunter Ewen, 2/4th Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '04 

Private John Birnie Ewen, 2 /4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

? ,, George Wm. John Farquharson, 2 /4th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

„ Robert William Ferguson, 3/4th Gordon Hrs., now 

commissioned (p. 28) M.A., '09 ; B.Sc. 

,, John Forbes, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '12 

Sergt. John Keith Forbes, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

Teacher and Div. Student, U.F.C. Coll. ; M.A., '05 
Private Robert Andrew Dermod Forrest, "U" Coy., 4th 

Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

„ Andrew Fraser, 4th Gordon Hrs. Div. Stud. U.F.C. ; M.A., '10 

Sergt. James Fowler Fraser, "U" Coy., 4th Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

Private William Gordon Fraser, 2/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 



Enlisted 45 



M.A., 


'12 


M.A., 


'13 


M.A., 


'13 


B.D., 


'15 


M.A., 


'14 


M.A., 


'91 



Private Lewis Gavin, 2/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher : 
„ Andrew Gordon, Unit unknown Teacher : 

,, John Gow, 2/4 th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher 

„ John Spence Grant, 2/4 th Batt. Gordon Hrs., now 
commissioned (p. 28) M.A., '11 

,, Hugh Percival Gray, 2/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 
,, George Alexander Gunn, a Service Batt. Teacher : 
Sergt. Hector Maclennan Guthrie, "U" Coy., 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs., since commissioned (see p. 15) M.A., '14 

Private William Stephen Haig, "U" Coy., 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

,, Alexander Simpson Harper, 7th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '11 

? „ James Smith Hastings, Unit unknown Teacher; M.A., '12 
„ James Macdonald Henderson, 2/4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs., since commissioned (see above, pp. 8, 28) M.A., '12 
Corpl. William George Philip Hunt, 2/4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs., since commissioned (see p. 17) Teacher; M.A., '12 

Private James Henry Hunter, ? Seaforth Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '07 
,, Walter Inkster, 2/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., since 

commissioned (see p. 28) Teacher; M.A., '11 ; B.Sc. (Agr.) 
„ Alexander Pringle Jameson, Unit unknown B.Sc, '11 

„ Henry Watt Johnston, 2/4th Gordon Hrs. Teacher ; M.A., '1 1 
„ William Jolly, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher; B.Sc, '13 

t ,, John Forbes Knowles, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., 
U.F.C. College, killed in action in Flanders, 
5 May, 191 5 Div. Student, U.F.C. ; M.A., '12 

Lance-Sergt. John Garden Lamb, " U " Coy., 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. M.A., '13 ; B.Sc (Agr.) 

Private Frederick William Law, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

Forestry Student; M.A., '12; B.Sc (Agr.) 
„ Douglas Meldrum Watson Leith, 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. M.A., '13; B.Sc. (Agr.) 

„ Frank Lipp, ? Batt. Seaforth Hrs., since com- 
missioned (see p .1-5) Agr. Student; M.A., '11 
„ James Argentine Littlejohn, 7th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. Teacher ; B.Sc, '08 

Sergt. George Low, "U" Coy., 4th Gordon. Hrs. M.A., '14 

? William Rennie Lyall Teacher; M.A., '05 



46 Graduates 

L.-Corpl. George MacCurrach, 3rd Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '08 
Sergt. Charles MacGregor, 10th Batt. Gordon Hrs., 

Lecturer, Aberdeen Prov. Centre Training College M. A., '96 

Private Edward Macintosh, 3 /4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '15 

,, Robert John MacKay, 2/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

Div. Student, U.F.C. ; M.A., '11 
,, Donald MacKenzie, " U " Coy, 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '13 

L.-Corpl. John Douglas MacLaggan, " U" Coy., 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

Private John Angus MacLeod, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

Div. Student; M.A., 'io 
Malcolm MacLeod, " U " Coy., 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. Teacher ; M.A., '00 

William Patrick MacLeod, ? Batt. Seaforth Hrs. 

Teacher; M.A., '10 
„ John Cook MacPherson, 9th Batt. Royal Scots, 

since commissioned (see p. 17) M.A., '10; LL.B. 

John McQueen, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

„ Victor Charles MacRae, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., 

killed in action in Flanders, 21 April, 1 91 5 M.A., '14 

„ Charles Thomas MacWilliam, " U " Coy., 4th Batt. 
Gordon Hrs., since commissioned (see p. 29) 

Law Student; M.A., '13 
Sergt. Alex. David Marr, 7th Batt. Gordon Hrs., wounded M.A., '14 
Private John Hampton Strachan Mason, 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. Div. Student; M.A., '13 

,, William Peterkin Masson, 7th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 
Charles Matheson, " D " Coy., 3/28th Batt. City of 

London Regt. (Artists Rifles) Teacher ; M.A., '02 

„ Marshall Merson, 2/4th Gordon Hrs. Div. Student ; M.A., '1 2 
„ George Smith Mitchell Milne, 4th Gordon Hrs., 

since commd. (p. 17) M.A., '14 

,, Stewart Turnbull Alex. Mirrlees, 4th Gordon Hrs., 

wounded, Flanders, June M.A., '14 

John Irvine Mitchell, '6th Royal Scots Teacher ; M.A., '99 
„ John Morrison, since commissioned (see p. 29) 

Minister U.F.C. ; M.A., '07 ; B.D. 
John Munro, 274th Batt. Seaforth Hrs. M.A., '14 



Enlisted 47 



Private Norman Munro, Public Schools Batt. Duke of Cam- 
bridge's Own (Middlesex Regt.) Teacher; M.A.,'04; B.Sc. 
„ Herbert Murray, 2/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

wounded 30 May Teacher ; M.A., '08 

L.-Corpl. Murdo Murray, "U" Coy., 4th Gordon Hrs. 

Teacher; M.A., '13 
Private Allan Ogilvie, "D" Coy., 3rd Gordon Hrs. Law Stud. ; M. A., '13 
„ James Buchanan Paterson, 3/6th Gordon Hrs. 

Teacher; M.A., '01 
Corpl. James Patterson, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '15 

Col.-Sergt. James Davidson Pratt, " U " Coy., 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. since commissioned (see pp. 8, 29) M.A., '12 ; B.Sc. 

Private George Ramage, 3rd Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher ; M.A., '04 

Charles Reid, " U " Coy., 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

,, Robert Reid, " U" Coy., 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. (p. 17) M.A., '14 

„ Grigor Charles Allan Robertson, 6th Batt. Sea- 

forth Hrs. B.Sc. (Agr.), '13 

„ Norman John Robertson, 2/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 
„ James Ross, 2/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Probationer ; M. A., '10 
„ Simon Fraser Ross, 2/4A Batt. Gordon Hrs., since 

commissioned (see p. 29) U.F.C. Div. Stud. ; M.A., '11 

„ Francis Rumbles, 2/4A Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

,, John Warrack Runcieman, 2/7th Batt. Royal Hrs. 

(Black Watch), since commd. (p. 29) M.A., '99 ; B.L., '00 
Tance-Sergt. James Scott, ? Gordon Hrs., since com- 
missioned (see p. 29) Teacher; M.A., '13 
Private Colin Mackenzie Selbie, "A" Coy., 15th Royal 

Scots, since commissioned (p. 17) Naturalist; B.Sc, '10 

,, Charles Shearer, " U " Coy., 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., 

since commissioned (see p. 29) Med. Student; M.A., '12 

Corpl. George Shepherd, 7th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher ; M.A., '03 
Private John Baird Simpson, 6th Seaforth Hrs., then 68th 

Fd. Amb. B.Sc. (Agr.), '14 

„ John Watt Simpson, 8th Rifle Brigade M.A., '09 ; LL.B. 

„ Hugh Philip Skakle, 2/4A Batt. Gordon Hrs., 

since commissioned( see p. 29) Probationer ; M.A., '1 1 ; B.D. 
,, Alexander John Smith, Unit unknown M.A., '05 

„ William Smith, Unit unknown M.A., '12 ; B.Sc. (Agr.) 

,, Fred. Chas. Stephen, 4th Gordon Hrs., now commd. 

(p. 29) Teacher; M.A., '09 



48 Graduates 

Private Robert Strachan, 2/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs., since 

commissioned (see p. 17) Teacher; M.A., '10 

„ Alexander Ruddiman Stronach, 7th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '13 

„ Richard Surtees, 2 /4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. M.A., '14 

„ Alexander George Sutherland, 2/4th Gordon Hrs. M.A.,'07 
„ William Tarrel, 3 /4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '13. 
,, Bertram Wilkie Tawse, 4th Batt. Cameron Hrs. 

Teacher, M.A.., '05 ; B.Sc. 
,, William Taylor, 2/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Div. Stud. ; M.A., ' 1 3 
„ Harold Thompson 2/4th Gordon Hrs. Teacher; M.A., '12 
„ John McLean Thomson, 4th Gordon Hrs. Div. Stud. ; M. A., ' 1 1 
,, William Urquhart, 16th Batt. Royal Scots 

Minister C.S. ; M.A., '06 ; B.D. 
+ Lance-Corpl. Edward Watt, 4th Batt. Seaforth Hrs., died 
March 22, 191 5, of wounds received in action at 
Neuve Chapelle B.Sc. (Agr), '14 

Officers Training Corps. 

Cadet Wm. Philip Selbie, Inns of Court O.T.C. (p. 17) M.A., 'io 
,, James Oliver Thomson, Camb. Univ. O.T.C. M.A, '11 

(Along with those in Ab. Un. O.T.C, pp. 73-75-) 

R.A.M.C. 
Sergt. Edward George Bruce, "C" Sect. 1st Highl. Field 

Ambulance (see p. 72) Science Student; M.A., '14 

„ Ronald John Bruce, "A" Sect. 1st Highl. Field 

Ambulance, since commd. (see p. 20) M.A., '11 ; M.B., '15 
„ James Black Calder, Highl. Casualty Clearing Sta- 
tion, France Teacher ; M.xA, '10 
Private Alexander Cheyne M.A., '12 
,, Alexander Allan Cormack, 1st Highl. Field Am- 
bulance, Asst. Prof. English. Retired M.A., '13 
„ John Henderson, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. Teacher; M.A., '10 
„ George Harper MacDonald, 3rd Highl. Field Am- 
bulance, since commissioned (see p. 17) Teacher; M.A., '08 
Corpl. Christian Victor Aeneas MacEchern, 64th Field 

Amb. C.S. Minister, Tighnabruaich ; M.A.,'07 

Private John Hugh Crawford McLellan Teacher; M.A., '06 

Corpl. Ian Charles MacPherson, 44th Field Ambulance, 

since commissioned (see p. 15) Med. Student; M.A., '14 



Enlisted 49 



Corpl. David Cooper Rees, 67th F. Amb. Div. Stud. ; M.A., 'u 

Private Wm. Shewan Riddell, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. 

Med. Stud.; M.A, '13 

,, James Stephen Stalker, 1st Scot. Gen. Hosp. M.A., '12 

John Russell Stewart, Aldershot M.A., '01 

Dressers and Orderlies, R.A.M.C. or Brit. Red Cross. 

Ian Stewart Thomson, Dresser, 1 ith Stationary Hosp., Rouen M.A., '1 3 
Mary Moir Trail, Asst. Cook, Abbaye de Royaumont Hosp., 
France 

GRADUATES ENLISTED IN H.M.'S FORCES IN INDIA 
AND IN THE DOMINIONS OVER THE SEAS. 

Trooper Harold George Gruer, Nagpur Vol. Rifles, 

Mounted Infantry I.C.S. ; M.A., '08 

?Alex. Keir, Malay States Vol. Regt. M.A., '05 

Corpl. Benjamin Knowles, King Edward's Horse M.B., '07 

Private Wm. Arthur Lothian, E. Bengal Vol. Rifles M.A., '08 ; B.Sc. 
Sergt. Adam Gordon Howitt, Cape Town Hrs., since com- 
missioned (see p. 42) B.Sc. (Agr.), '10 
Private Edward Legge, 79th Cameron Hrs., 2nd Canadian 

Exped. Force M.A., '03 ; B.L. 

,, George Watt Smith, Portage La Prairie Home 

Gds. Minister of the Canadian Presb. Ch. ; M.A., '91 

ABERDEEN MILITARY TRAINING ASSOCIATION. 

Lachlan MacKinnon, Commandant Advocate ; M.A. '75 

Henry Alexander Journalist ; M.A., '95 

John McConnachie Barclay Teacher ; M.A., '94 

David M. A. Chalmers Advocate; M.A., '80 

David Dewar Solicitor; M.A., '96 ; B.L. 

John Rawson Elder Teacher ; M.A., '02 ; D. Litt. 

Alex. Emslie-Smith, jun. Advocate; M.A, '85 

Charles Forbes, now commd. (p. 21) M.B., '01 

Edward Hutton Hay Teacher ; M.A., '83 
Wm. Maitland, Prof, of Chemistry , R. Gordon's College ; B.Sc, 'oo ; D. Sc. 

Malcolm W. Murray Teacher; M.A., '02 

John Watson Murray Teacher; M.A., 'co 

Rev. Alex. Irvine Pirie Clergyman ; M.A., '02 ; B.D. 

George Rennie Teacher ; M.A, '01. 

4 



50 Graduates 

Rev. Thomas B. Robertson Clergyman ; M.A., '06 

George Sheach Teacher ; M. A , '02 ; B.Sc. 



George A. Simpson — now commd. (p. 30) Advocate 

Edmond Sinclair Solicitor 

Alfred James Smith Teacher 

Wm. McQueen Smith Advocate 

James Taylor Lecturer (Prow Training Centre) 



BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY. 



M.A., '84 
M.A., '91 

M.A., "05 
M.A., '90 
M.A., '00 



Hon. Col. James Cantlie (see p. 31). 

John Scott Riddell, M.V.O., Commissioner for the N.E. of 

Scotland M.A, '84; M.B. 

Arthur Andrew Murray, in charge r f Brit. Red Cross Hosp., 

Alexandria M.A., '78; M.D. 



Y.M.C.A. SERVICE OF TROOPS. 
Peter Diack U.F.C. Div. Stud. ; M.A, '12 

PRISONERS OF WAR. 

John James Harold Teacher; M.A., '10 

Alfred Hill B.Sc, '09 ; B.Sc. (Agr.) 

Wm. John Arnold Whyte (see p. 9) M.A., '12 



III. ALUMNI 



III. ALUMNI. 

ALUMNI COMMISSIONED. 

ROYAL NAVY. 

Surgeon-General (Tempy.) Sir William Watson Cheyne, 
Bart., C.B. ; also Lieut.-Col., available for service on 
mobilisation with 4th London Gen. Hosp. 

Arts Student, '6S-70, M.D. (Edin.), F.R.C S. 
Fleet-Surgeon William Rudolf Center 

Former Med. Student; M.B. (Edin.), '93 
Rev. Gustavus Aird Sim, Presby. Chaplain to H.M.'s 
Ships and Naval Establishments, Malta, by appoint- 
ment of the Admiralty Arts Student, '82-'86 

REGULAR ARMY. 

Maj. -General Sir James Ronald Leslie MacDonald, 
K.C.I.E., C.B. (late R.E.), Reserve of 
Officers Arts Student, '77-S0 ; LL.D. 

„ ,, (Tempy.), Colonel Henry L. Gardiner, 

R.A., Commanding Scottish Coast De- 
fences Arts Student, '7S-77 
Lieut-Col. James Maconachie, R.A.M.C. Retired Off., 
tempy. employed 

Former Med. Student ; L.R.C.P., '89 ; F.R.C.S. (Ed.) 
Maj. James A. Butchart, "A" Batty., 91st Brig. 20th Div. 
Divisional Artillery R.F.A with Brit. Exped. 
Force, France. 
■j- „ Alexander Kirkland Robb, 2nd. Batt. Durham Light 
Infantry, died of wounds received in action, 20th 
September, 1914 Arts Student, '89 

Capt. Wm. Alexander, of Cobairdy, 3rd Gordon Hrs. 

Arts Stud., '89-'9i 
53 



54 Alumni 

Capt. Leslie Evan Outram Davidson, D.S.O. Adj. 55th 
Brig. 10th (Irish) Division, Divisional Artillery, 
twice mentioned in despatches Arts Student, 'gg-'oo 

Lieut. John F. Ferguson, 1st Durham Light Infantry 
„ James Keith, 157th (City of Aberdeen) Brig., R.F.A 

Former Agr. Student 
,, (Tempy.) William Francis Gordon Scott, R.A.M.C. 

Med. Student, '98-'o3 
„ „ E. C. Wallace, 72nd Field Amb. Med. Stud., '01 

2nd Lieut. (Tempy.) Alick Ferguson, nth Batt. Gordon Hrs. 
,, ,, (Tempy.) John Crawford Matthew Hay, 13th 

Batt. Royal Scots. 
„ „ (Tempy.) Alexander MacAulay, 8th Batt. 

Cameron Hrs. Former Agr. Student 

„ ,, (Tempy.) Angus McCallum, Army Service 

Corps Univ. Dip. Agr., '15 

,, ,, (Tempy.) Jas. V. Rogerson, 26th Batt., Nor- 
thumb. Fusiliers (3rd Tyneside Irish) 

Minister, E.P.C. ; Former Arts Stud. 

TERRITORIAL FORCE. 

Lieut-Col. John Ellison Macqueen, O.C. 2/4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. 
Maj. Frank Fleming, 3rd City of Aberdeen Batty., 1st 
Highl. Brig., R.F.A 
„ Thomas Garland, of Ardlethen, Recruiting Officer 

E. Aberdeenshire 
„ George A. Smith, 4th Gordon Hrs., wounded in 

Flanders, June Law Stud. '87-'88 

Capt. R J Anderson, 1st Highl. Brig., R.F.A. Former Agr. Stud. 
„ James Cameron, 4th Batt. Sea forth Hrs. Agr. Student, 'io-'n 
„ Wm. Littlejohn, 3/4A B^tt. Gordon Hrs. (late Capt. 

Aberdeen Garrison Artil. Vols.) Law Student, 'g6-'gS 

„ John Harvey Loutit, 5th Gordon Hrs. Univ. Dipl. Agr. 

„ John Milne, 7th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Student, '9 1 -'94 

Lieut. R W Johnston, 2nd Highl. Field. Coy , 

Highl. Divisional Eng. 
., R. Whyte Mackay, 7th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 
2nd Lieut. David Grant Anderson, 2nd Lowl. Brig., R.F.A. 

B.Sc. (Glasg.) ; Former Sci. Student 
,, ,, William S. Benton (Lance-Corpl. 4th Gordons) 

1 st Sign. Coy, High]. Divsnl. Eng. Sci. Student, 'l2-'i3 



Commissioned 5 5 

2nd Lieut. Robert Robertson Bisset, 6th Gordon Hrs. (p. 56) 
,, „ H. Hargrave Cowan, 1st. Highl. Brig., R.F.A. 
„ „ Wm. M. Findlay, Gordon Hrs. T.F. Reserve 

Former Agr. Stud. 
„ „ Charles Wm. Gibbon, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 
„ ,, William James Gill, 2 /4th Gordon Hrs. Former Agr. Stud. 
„ „ William Kemp Leggatt, 6th Gordon Hrs. (p. 56) 

Univ. Dip]. Agr., '05 
„ ,, Alexander Manson, 5th Gordon Hrs. Nat. Dipl. Agr. 

„ ,, J. L. F. Munro, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Stud, about '02 

„ „ William George Smith, Yorkshire Light 

Infantry, 2 1st Divisional Cyclists Former Agr. Student 
,, „ Arthur Fred. Vere Stephenson, 3/4th Gordon 

Hrs. Stud., '08-09 

INDIAN ARMY. 
Capt. Thomas Milne, 55th (Coke's) Rifles, Frontier Force 
„ and Adj. William S. Trail, 57th (Wilde's) Rifles, 
Frontier Force 
Lieut. Robert Dunlop Smith, 33rd Punjabis Arts Stud., 'n-'i2 

INDIAN MEDICAL SERVICE. 
Maj. Anderson G. McKendrick M.B. (Glasg.) ; Postgrad. -Stud., 'i 3-' 14 

FORCES OF H.M. DOMINIONS OVER THE SEAS. 

Lieut. -Col. David Sydney Wanliss, OC. 6th Batt. Inf. 
Australian Exped. Force, Egypt and the Dardanelles 
(served in Aberdeen Artillery Volunteers ; Col. Highl. 
Regt., Victoria) B.A., LL.B. (Cantab.); Arts Student, '8i-'84 

Capt. Hugh Gunn, a South African Scot. Regt. 

ALUMNI ENLISTED. 
REGULAR ARMY AND TERRITORIAL FORCE. 

Yeomanry. 

Sergt. James A. Anderson, 1st Lothians & Border Horse Law, 'c>4-'o5 

Trooper Leslie Durno, 2nd Scottish Horse Former Agr. Student 

,, Hugh Falconer, Scottish Horse Agr. Student, 'i2-'i3 

,, George Theodore Findlay, Scot. Horse Univ. Dipl. Agr. , '12 



56 Alumni 

Trooper John Henry, Scottish Horse Univ. Dipl. Agr., '14 

,, Wm. Kemp Leggatt, 1st Scot. Horse, novvcommd. 

(p. 55) Univ. Dipl. Agr. 

,, John Mackay, Scottish Horse Univ. Dipl. Agr. 

„ George Macrae Robertson, 5th Scottish Horse 

Former Agr. Student 
,, James Spark, 1 st Scottish Horse Former Agr. Student 

A rtillery. 
Lance-Corpl. Alexander George Norrie, 157th (City of 

Aberdeen) Brig., R.F.A. Univ. Dipl. Agr., '13 

„ ,, James Robb, 2/1 st Highl. Field. Artillery 

Brig. Univ. Dipl. Agr., '12 

Infantry. 

Sergt.-Maj. K. Mathieson, 3rd Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

Col.-Sergt. Fred. Wm. Bain, 4th Gordon Hrs. Former Agr. Student 

Sergt. Alpin McGregor, 1st Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

Prisoner of War ; Former Arts Student 
+ „ Alexander Skinner, "U" Coy., 4th Batt. Gordon 
Hrs. (formerly of that Unit, rejoined on outbreak 
of war), killed in action in Flanders, 22 April 

Teacher ; Arts Student 
Corpl. George Cameron Auchinachie, 1st Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. Thrice wounded. Rejoined Med. Stud., 'io-'i3 

„ Angus Francis Gray, 5th Seaforth Hrs. Former Agr. Student 
Lance-Corpl. William S. Benton, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. , 

since commissioned (see p. 54) Former Sci. Student 
,, ,, John Lumsden Searight Ferguson, 5th Batt. 

King's Royal Rifle Corps, wounded in 
Flanders, May Med. Student, '06-' 10 

Private J. C. Asher, A.S.C. Motor Transport Former Agr. Student 
Robert Robertson Bisset, " U " Coy, 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs., since commd. (p. 55) Former Sci. Stud. 

„ James Cooper, "A" Coy., 7th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

Former Agr. Student 
„ James R. Dey, 2/4A Gordon Hrs. Former Arts Stud. 

„ Ian Farquharson, 3/4th Gordon Hrs. Univ. Dipl. Agr., '15 
f Lance-Corpl. Andrew Thomson Fowlie, 4th Gordon Hrs. 

Killed in action, Flanders, 16 June Univ. Dipl. Agr., '09 



Enlisted 5 7 



Private Joseph R. Fraser, 7th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

Minister, U.F.C. ; Former Arts Student 
J. W. McGillivray, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. Nat. Dipl. Agr. 
William Reid Macintosh, 6th Batt. Seaforth Hrs. 

Former For. Student 
Alexander MacPherson, "U" Coy., 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. Former Med. Student 

„ Roderick MacKenzie MacTavish, "U" Coy., 4th 

Batt. Gordon Hrs. Former Med. Student 

,, Alfred D. McWilliam, 2nd Gordon Hrs. Agr. Stud., 'oa-'io 
Andrew Mitchell, ? Batt. Gordon Hrs. 
Colvin Smith Philip, " U " Coy., 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. Former Agr. Student 

,, James V. Rogerson, 2/4 th Gordon Hrs., since 

commd. (p. 54) Minister, E.P.C. ; Former Arts Student 

,, James William Seath (formerly "A" Coy., 5th 
Batt. Gordon Hrs.), 1 Highl. Div. Cycle Coy. 

Arts Stud., ' 1 1 -' 1 3 
„ Robert James Smith, " U " Coy., 4th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. Nat. Dipl. Agr. ; Former Agr. Student 

„ J. F. Stewart, 6th Batt. Seaforth Hrs. Former Agr. Student 

Army Service Corps. 
Lance-Corpl. Thomas Kennedy Reith (Res.), Scottish 

Horse Brig. Former Agr. Student 

,, „ Alexander Francis Smith (Res.), Scottish 

Horse Brig. Former Agr. Student 

Royal Army Medical Corps. 
Sergt. Wm. Jas. Ewen, 60th Field Amb., 20th Div. Med. Stud., '08- 1 1 
? Private William Law Gordon Former Law Student 

„ Alister Rait, R.AM.C. Former For. Student 

Royal Army Veterinary Corps. 
Private J. W. McBain Former Agr. Student 

Units Unknown. 
? Harry Brian Brooke Agr. Stud., 'o6-'o7 

? Private James Robertson 

„ William Watt Former Forestry Student 

INDIAN ARMY. 

,, William Burgess Davidson, Indian Railway Volun- 
teers Arts Student about '05 



58 Alumni 



FORCES OF H.M. DOMINIONS OVER THE SEAS. 

Private Arthur Falconer Barron, Nyassaland Defence 

Force Univ. Dipl. Agr., '12 

„ Robert Crawiord Buchanan Hay, Penang 

Volunteers, R.G.A. ? 
„ James McLean, Malay States Volunteer Rifles 

Former Agr. Student 
Trooper Horace Courtenay Forbes Mitchell, Australian 

Light Horse Former Agr. Student 

Private James Robertson, Ceylon Planters' Rifle Corps, 

attd. to New Zealand Exped. Force Former Agr. Student 
,, Donald Smith, ? African Defence Force Former Agr. Student 



WITH THE BRITISH RED CROSS. 

James Bryce Clarke, Registrar, Red Cross Hospital, Alex- 
andria Former Sci. Student 
Ian Maxwell Rattray, Dresser, Lady Paget's Hosp., France 



IV. STUDENTS. 



IV. STUDENTS. 

STUDENTS HOLDING COMMISSIONS. 

REGULAR ARMY. 

Royal Field A rtillery. 
2nd Lieut. Patrick Stephen Cameron, Special Reserve. 4th Med. 

„ „ (Tempy.), John William Macrae, A Batty., 

1 17th Brig. DivisnI. Arty. 2nd Med. 

Infantry. 
2nd Lieut. William Adrian Davidson (through Sandhurst), 

Gordon Hrs. Res., attd. 3rd Batt. 1st Med. 

Infantry Special Reserve of Officers. 
2nd Lieut. Donald Boyd Lawson (late Pte. 4th Gordons), 

4th Batt. Scottish Rifles 1st Arts 

„ „ Duncan Morrison Macleod, 3rd Batt. The Lan- 
cashire Fusiliers 3rd Arts 

Infantry Temporary Commissions. 
2nd Lieut. George Macbeth Calder, 8th Batt. Seaforth 

Hrs. 4th Arts, 2nd Med. 

„ James Durward, 13th Highl. Light Infantry 

(Pte. 4th Gordons, p. 69) 3rd Arts, 1st Sci. 

,, Frederick William Gordon, 10th Batt. Gordon 

Hrs. 3rd Arts, 1st Med. 

,, George W. R. McConnachie, 12th Scot. Rifles 

2nd For. ' 14-' 1 5 
„ Thomas Best Gibson Mackenz'e, 10th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. 3rd Arts 

William Milne, 14th Batt. Highl. Light In- 
fantry 3rd Arts & Sci. 
„ Tom Boulton Myles, 12th Batt. Highl. Light 

Infantry 3rd Agr. 

61 



62 Students 

2nd Lieut. Henry Aidan Newton, iothBatt. Northumber- 
land Fusiliers 3rd Med. 
„ ,, Campbell Lowe Scott, 14th Batt. Royal Scots 1st Arts 
,, „ George Robert Wilson Stewart (Pte. 2/4 

Gordons), nth Batt. Gordon Hrs. 1st Med. 

John William Taylor (Pte. " U" Coy. 4th 

Gordons), 11th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 3rd Arts 

R.A.M.C. Special Reserve of Officers. 

Lieut. Robert Scott Cumming 5th Med., 'l4-'l5 

Alan Alexander Duffus 3rd Med., 'i4-'i 5 

Ian George Macdonald Firth 5th Med., ' 1 4-' 1 5 

Duncan William Mackay 6th Med., 'i4~'i 5 

James Melvin 5th Med., 'i4-'i 5 

Thomas Menzies 5th Med., '1 4-' 1 5 

Thomas Clifford Owen 3rd Med., 'i4-'i 5 

Alexander Keith Robb 4th Med., 'i4-'i 5 

., Frank Miller Rorie 3rd Med., 'i4-'i5 

TERRITORIAL FORCE. 

I eomanry. 

Lieut. John Woodman Smith, Scottish Horse B.A. (Oxon.), Law 

A rtillery. 

Lieut. Robert Mackay Ledingham, 3rd City of Aberdeen 

Batty. 1st Highl. Brig., R.F.A. Law 

,, Charles Gordon Lumsden, 1st Coy., N. Scottish, 

R.G.A. 3rd Arts & Law 

2nd Lieut. Jacob Lodew> ; k du Preez, 1st Highl. Brig, 

R.F.A. 1st Med. ' 1 4-' 1 5 

„ „ Alexander Guthrie, 1st Highl. Brig., R.F.A. 2nd Arts, 'i4-'i 5 
Ian McBain (late Pte. " D" Coy. 4th Gordons), 

1st Coy. N. Scottish, R.G.A. 16th Bursar, '14 

„ „ Robert Irvine Maxwell, 1st City of Aberdeen 

Batty. 1st Highl. Brig., R.F.A. 1st Med. 

,., „ Frederic Dudley Ross - Keyt, 1st Coy. N. 

Scottish, R.G.A- 2nd Med. 

,, Ronald Maclure Savege, 2nd Northumbr. Brig., 

R.F.A. 2nd Med. '14-' 15 



Commissioned T.F. 63 

Engineers. 
Lieut. William Shepherd, 2nd Highl. Field Coy. Divisional 

Engineers, wounded, June Nat. Dip. Agr. Student 

2nd Lieut. William George Bruce (Late Sergt.), Highl. 

Divisional Signal Coy. 1st Agr. 

„ „ Thomas James Gordon, 2nd Highl. Field Coy. 

Divisional Engineers 1st Med. 

John Mutch (late Sergt. " U " Coy. 4th Gor- 
dons), Highl. Divisional Signal. Coy. 3rd Arts 

Infantry. 
Lieut. John Falconer Mackintosh, 4th Gordon Hrs. 3rd Agr. 

-j- Lieut. William Leslie Scott, 5th Batt. Gordon Hrs., killed 

in action in Flanders, 15 June 3rd Med. 

2nd Lieut. David Anderson, 4th Gordon Hrs. Intending Law Stud. 
„ ,, Charles Ronald Brander, 4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 1st Arts 
„ „ Alfred William Howden Cooper (late Inns of 

Court O.T.C.), 4th Batt. Cameron Hrs. 1st Arts 

? „ ,, Ian Catto Eraser 1st Arts 

„ ,, Charles Lamond Henderson (late Pte. 4th 

Gordons) 5th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. 1st Arts 

„ ,, Murray Munro Jack, 5th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 

(p. 70) 1st Arts and Law, 'i4-'i 5 

„ „ Harold Bruce Lendrum (late L.-Corpl.) 6th 

Batt. Seaforth Hrs. 1st Arts 

,, „ Alex. MacKenzie, 6th Gordon Hrs., invalided 3rd Agr. 
„ ,, Patrick Alexander Bruce McKerron, 4th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. About to enter Univ. 

,, ,, Thos. Alex. Sellar, 6th Gordon Hrs., wounded 

(see p. 69) 
„ ,, Arthur Forbes Smith (late Sergt.), 6th Batt. 

Gordon Hrs. 3rd Arts 

„ „ Edward Martin Cooke Tennant (late Pte. 4th 

Gordons), 3 /4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 1st Sci. 

„ „ Alfred Buyers Valentine (late Pte. 2/4 Gordons), 

3/4th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 3rd Arts 

,, ,, John Wood (late Pte. " U " Coy., 4th Gordons), 

6th Batt. Gordon Hrs. 2nd Arts 

Army Service Corps. 

2nd Lieut. Hector Robert Macdonald, 3rd (Gordon Brig.) 

Coy. Highl. Divisional Train (see p. 64) 2nd Arts 



64 Students 

Indian Medical Service. 
Tempy. Subord. Med. Off. Dennis J. V. Pereira, Roy. 

Vict. Hosp. Netley 5th Med. 

Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. 
Cadet Hector Steedman Anderson, Prize Cadetship 1st Arts, 'i4-'i 5 

Royal Military College, Sandhurst. 
Cadet Hector Robert Macdonald, Prize Cadetship (late 

Lieut. A.S.C., see p. 63) 2nd Arts 

STUDENTS WHO HAVE ENLISTED. 

Royal Naval Brigade. 

Private Alexander Sutherland, " B " Coy. 2nd Batt. 2nd Arts 

„ John Walker Symon 2nd Arts 

Yeomanry. 
Sergt. John Rule, 2nd Scottish Horse 2nd Sci. (Agr.) 

? Trooper John Henry, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry 2nd Sci. (Agr.) 

Artillery Territorial Force. 

Gunner James C. Leslie, C Batty., 157th Brig. R.F.A. 1st Arts, 'i4-'i 5 
Bombardier John Macdonald, Ross & Cromarty (Mtn.) 

Batty. 3rd Arts 

Driver Donald Dougald MacKinnon, Ross & Cromarty 

(Mtn.) Batty. 1st Agr. 

John Macleod, Ross & Cromarty (Mtn.) Batty. 1st Med. 

Gunner John William Macrae, Ross & Cromarty (Mtn.) 

Batty., now commissioned (see p. 61) 2nd Med. 

Driver John Martin, Ross & Cromarty (Mtn.) Batty., 

wounded in action, on the Dardanelles, May 1st Arts 

Private Charles Nelson Stewart, attd. temporarily (p. 72) 3rd Arts 

Royal Engineers, Territorial Force. 
Sergt. Wm. Geo. Bruce, Highl. Div. Sign. Coy., nowcommd. 

(p. 62) 1st Sc. 

,, Henry James Mollison Mutch (late Sergt. " E " Coy. 

4th Gordons), Highl. Divisional Signal. Coy. 2nd Arts 

John Mutch (late Sergt. " E " Coy. 4th Gordons), 

Highl. Divis. Sign. Coy., now commd. (p. 62) 3rd Arts 



Enlisted 65 

Sergt. Alister Rose (late Corpl. "D" Coy. 4th Gordons), 

Highl. Divisional Signal. Coy. 1st Sci. (Agr.) 

Corpl. George Quinton Chalmers (late Corpl. " E " Coy. 

4th Gordons), Highl. Divisional Signal. Coy. 2nd Arts 

Pioneer George R. Mclntyre, 1st Highl. Divsnl. Signal. Coy. 1st Sci. 
Sapper George McDonald Mitchell (late Pte. " U " Coy. 

4th Gordons), Highl. Divisional Signal. Coy. 1st Arts 

,, James Sandford Murray (late Pte. "E" Coy. 4th 
Gordons), Highl. Divisional Signal Coy., died 
of wounds received in action, Flanders, May 2nd Arts 

„ Edward Watt 3rd Sci. (Agr.) 

Motor Cyclist. 
John Finlay Dykes 1st Sci. (Agr.) 

INFANTRY. 

yd Battalion Gordon Highlanders. 
Lance-Corpl. James Cruickshank 1st Arts, '14-' 15 

\th Battalion Gordon Highlanders. 
O.C. Lieut. -Col. Thomas Ogilvie, C.M.G. 

For the full list of graduates, students, and intending 
students serving in this Battalion in November see the 
supplement to No. 1 of this Vol. of the Review. 

Lance-Corpl. Daniel Kerrin, former "B" Coy. 1st Arts 

Former " D " Company. 

Sergt. Frederic Attenborrow Conner 1st Sci. (Agr.) 

Lance-Corpl. Robert Scarth 2nd Sci. (Agr.) 

Private Ian Cumming About to matriculate 

,, C. A. Dean About to matriculate 

,, J. L. L. Duffus ? 

,, H. G. Edwards About to matriculate 

,, Charles Lamond Henderson, since commd. (see p. 6$) 1st Arts 
,, Ormonde John Lowell Kilgour 2nd Sci. (Agr.) 

,, Ian McBain, since commd. (see p. 62) . 16th Bursar '14 

,, Thos. Best Gibson Mackenzie, since commd. (p. 61) 3rd Arts 

5 



66 Students 

Private George Smith Mitchell Milne, since commissioned 

and graduated (see p. 17) 3rd Arts; M.A., '14 

Gordon Dean Munro 1st Med. 

Charles Edward Saunders About to matriculate 

Edward Martin Cookes Tennant, since commd. 1st Sci. 

A. N. Walker ? 

Charles William Walker, Signaller to Gordon Hrs., 
since commissioned and graduated (see p. 26) 

1st. Med.; M.A., '15 

I. F. Walker About to matriculate 



Former " E " Company. 

Q.-M.-Sergt. Alexander Henderson Craig 3rd Med. 

Sergt. James Macdonald Morrison 3rd Med. 

,, Percy Booth 3rd Sci. (Agr.) 

„ Rupert Sharpe Walsh 1st Sci. 

Corpl. Ian Catto Fraser, since commissioned (see p. 63) 1st Arts 

,, William George Murray 1st Med. 

„ Robert Reith Stewart 3rd Arts 

Private C. D. Allan About to matriculate 

„ G. Brown About to matriculate 

„ Robert Donald 1st Arts 

„ W. Duffus About to matriculate 

„ G. M. Fyfe About to matriculate 

„ John M. Hall About to matriculate 

„ John D. Glennie About to matriculate 

„ Alexander Campbell Hill 2nd Arts 

,, Henry Lyon, killed in action, Flanders, 17 June 2nd Arts 

„ John Alexander McCombie 1st Med. 

,, Duncan MacGregor About to matriculate 

,, J. M. Marr About to matriculate 

,, Andrew John Murray 1st Med. 

„ A. Nichol About to matriculate 

„ R. A. Robertson ? 

,, J. W. Shirreffs About to matriculate 

„ John Watt Silver 1st Arts 

,, G. C. Taylor About to matriculate 



Enlisted 67 

Former " U" Company. 

Sergt. Duncan Morrison MacLeod, now commd. (see p. 61) 3rd Arts 
„ George Macbeth Calder, now commd. (p. 61) 2nd Med. 
„ Graham Mollison, returned 3rd Sci. 
„ Daniel Ironside Walker, wounded in Flanders, 5 May 3rd Agr. 
Lance-Sergt. Frederick William Gordon, now commis- 
sioned (see p. 61) 1st Med. 
Corpl. Arthur Joseph Hawes, wounded in Flanders, April 3rd Med. 
f „ Murdo Maciver, killed in action, Flanders, June 3rd Arts 
j- „ Keith Mackay, wounded in Flanders, 20 March, 

died 28 April 2nd Arts ; M.A, 

,, Leslie Mackenzie, now commd. and grad. (see p. 17) 3rd Arts 

„ Arthur Percy Spark, wounded in Flanders, 4 May 3rd Med, 

Lance-Corpl. William Alexander Asher 2nd Arts 

„ „ George Ewen, Medical Orderly 3rd Med, 

„ „ John Maciver 3rd Arts 

Private James Anderson 3rd Arts 

„ William Anderson, wounded, Flanders, June 2nd Med. 

,, Arthur Morison Barron, wounded in Flanders, 

27 April 1st Arts 
„ Douglas Duncan Booth, wounded in Flanders, 

27 April 1st Sci. 
„ Alexander Cooper, Mach. Gun Sect, wounded, 

6 June 2nd Arts 
,, Harold Hartmann Corner, wounded, Flanders, 

16 June 1st Agr. 

,, Hermann William Corner, Medical Orderly 3rd Med. 
f ,. David Wood Crichton, killed in action, Flanders, 

7 May 1st Agr. 
f ,, James Orr Cruickshank, killed in action, Flanders, 

15 April, 191 5 1st Sci. 

,, Robert Davidson 1st Arts 

„ Charles Donald, wounded, Flanders, June 1st Med. 

„ William Donald, wounded, Flanders, 17 June 2nd Arts 

,, Alexander Donaldson 2nd Arts 

„ Andrew May Duthie, wounded, rejoined 1st Arts 

„ Alexander Findlater 1st Arts 

t „ James C. Forbes, killed in action, Flanders, 16 June 3rd Agr. 



68 Students 

Private Albert Gammie i st Arts 

„ Donald John Garden, wounded, Flanders, June 1st Arts 

„ Charles James Donald Simpson Gordon 1st Med. 
,, Robert Patrick Gordon, killed in action, Flanders, 

17 June 2nd Arts 

Lance-Corpl. Alexander J. Gunn 1st Med. 

Private George Andrew Falconer Henderson 1st Arts 

,, George Grant Jamieson 3rd Arts 

,, William Duff Kennedy 1st Arts 

„ Edward Wilson Knox, wounded, Flanders, 19 June 3rd Arts 

„ Donald Boyd Lawson, now commissioned (see p. 61) 1st Arts 

,, William Marshall Ledingham 1st Sci. 

„ James Dawson Leslie, wounded in Flanders, April 2nd Arts 

„ Alexander Macaulay, accidentally wounded, Flanders 1 st Arts 
,, A. Macdonald About to matriculate 

,, Isaac Maciver, wounded, Flanders, 24 April, rejoined 1st Sci. 

„ Murdo Mackenzie, Machine Gun Section 3rd Arts 
„ Douglas Gordon MacLean, wounded, Flanders, 

19 June 2nd Arts 
„ Duncan Tait Hutchison MacLellan, wounded, 

Flanders, 3 June 3rd Arts 

,, Robert Cran MacLennan, returned 4th Med. 

„ G. MacSween, killed in action, 16 June Abdn. Training Centre 

„ Charles McWilliam 2nd Arts 

,, George Porteous M'William, returned 3rd Arts 

f „ Robert Hugh Middleton, killed in Flanders, 1 June 2nd Arts 

Lance-Corpl. John Milne 2nd Arts 

Private William Minto Mirrlees 1st Arts 

„ John Souter Mitchell 2nd Arts 

„ James Durno Murray 1st Arts 

,, Thomas B. Myles, now commd. (see p. 61) 3rd Sci. (Agr.) 

„ Alexander William Chrystal Park 2nd Arts 

,, Alexander William Paterson 2nd Arts 

„ James Harold Stuart Peterkin 1st Arts 

David Prain (abroad) 3rd Agr. 

„ George Reid, wounded 20 April 2nd Med. 

,, Alexander Rule 2nd Arts 

„ George Kemp Saunders 1st Med. 



Enlisted 69 



Private Thomas Alexander Sellar (at Edinburgh, 'i 3-'i4), 

commd. (p. 63), wounded 4th Med. 

,, John William Shanks, wounded, 3 June 2nd Arts 

,, William Fraser Shearer 1st. Med. 

,, Alexander Silver 2nd Arts & Sci. (Agr.) 

,, John Moir Sim 1st Arts 

,, Alexander Slorach 2nd Arts 

„ James David Maxwell Smith 1st Arts 

,, John Smith, wounded, Flanders, June 2nd Arts 

,, Sydney Cardno Still, returned 4th Arts 

,, Andrew Laurence Stott, returned 3rd Arts 
„ John William Taylor, now commissioned (see p. 62) 3rd Arts 

,, James George Thomson, wounded, May 1st Arts 

,, Henry Abernethy Thow 2nd Arts 

,, Hugh Graeme Topping 1st Med. 
,, now Corpl. Robert Bayne Topping, wounded, 

Flanders, 16 June 3rd Sci. (Agr.) 

,, William Douglas Marden Warren 1st Sci. (Agr.) 

„ James Roderick Watt 1st Med. 
,, James Whyte, died of wounds reed, in action, 16 June 2nd Arts 

„ James Will 1st Arts 

,, Robert Wilson 4th Arts 

„ Charles Wood, returned 2nd Med. 

,, John Wood, now commissioned (p. 63) [{• r 2nd Arts 

Enlisted in 4th Battalion Gordon Highlanders since October, 1 91 4. 

Corpl. Norman Keith Robson 1st Arts 

Private William Duncan Alexander 2nd Med. 

,, Alexander F. Bothwell 3rd Arts, ' 1 4-' 1 5 

„ John Bowie 1st Arts & Sci. 

„ Clement Alex. Cowie, Machine Gun Section 1st Arts, ' 1 4-' 1 5 

,, Robert Davidson 1st Arts, '14-' 1 5 

„ James Durward, now commd. (p. 61) 3rd Arts, istSci. 

„ Herbert William Esson, wounded, ? May 1st Arts, ' 1 4-' 1 5 

,, Stanley Forrest . 1st Arts 

? „ G McKay Gibbon ? 

,, Stanley Noel Grant 1st Arts 

„ William James Grassick 2nd Arts 

,, James Grieve 1st Arts, '14-'! 5 



70 Students 

Private George Robert Hay 3rd Arts 

,, John Noble Hendry, Machine Gun Section 1st Sci. 'i4~'i 5 

„ William Irons 2nd Sci. (Agr.), ' 1 4-' 1 5 

„ William George Jamieson 1st Arts 

„ Donald Fraser Jenkins 1st Sci. (Agr.), '14-' 15 

„ Edwin Alfred Kennedy 1st Arts, ' 1 4-' 1 5 

„ John Mackie Kinghorn 2nd Arts 

,, Douglas John Kynoch (p. 75) 1st Med., '14-' 15 

,, William Eric Macdonald 1st Agr., 'i4-'i 5 

„ Roderick Dewar MacLennan, ? wounded 1st Arts, ' I4-'i 5 

„ John Edward Mills 1st Sci. (Agr.) 

„ Alexander James Bolton Milne 4th Div., 'i4-'i 5 

,, Frederick William Milne 1st Med., 'i4-'i 5 

„ Alexander Mitchell, died 28 April, of wounds 

received in action, 27 April 2nd Arts 

„ James Mundie Law, '1 4-' 15 

„ William Ledingham Rennie 1st Arts, '14-'; 5 

„ George Ross 1st Agr., ' 1 4-' 1 5 

? ,, J Ross 

„ George Rob. Wilson Stewart, now commd. (p. 62) 

2nd Med., '14-15 

„ Peter Melvin Strachan 1st Sci., ' 1 4-' 1 5 

„ James Macandrew Teunon 1st Arts 

„ William Alexander Troup 2nd Arts, 'i4-'i5 

,, Alfred Buyers Valentine, now commd. (see p. 63) 3rd Arts 

$t/z Battalion Gordon Highlanders. 

Private Murray Munro Jack 1st Arts and Law, '14-' 1 5 

„ William L Rennie 1st Arts, '14-' 15 



6tk Battalion Gordon Highlanders. 

Sergt. John Archibald, wounded at Neuve Chapelle, March 2nd Arts 

„ Arthur Forbes Smith, now commd. (p. 63) 3rd Arts 

Private Charles Bertie di Veri 2nd Arts 

„ Robert M. Riddel, invalided from front 2nd Arts 

,, John Falconer Stuart 1st Agr. 

William Cruickshank Winton 2nd Arts 



Enlisted 7 1 

jth Battalion Gordon Highlanders. 

Lance-Corpl. Norman Birss, " G " Coy. 2nd Arts 

Private Hugh Alexander Wark 2nd Arts 



6th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders. 

Corpl. Harold Bruce Lendrum, now commd. (p. 63) 1st Arts 

4th Battalion Cameron Highlanders. 

Corpl. George William Munro 1st Agr. 

Private Donald MacKinnon, wounded, Neuve Chapelle 1st Agr. 

Units Unknown. 

Private Alexander George Duncan Esson 2nd Arts 

William Milne 3rd Arts 

„ Campbell Lowe Scott, now commissioned (see p. 62) 2nd Arts 

R.A.M.C. TERRITORIAL FORCE. 

Scottish Horse Field Ambulance. 

Private Alexander Edward Gammie 1st Med. 

1st Highland Field Ambulance as at 30 November, 1 91 4. 
O.C. Lieut.-Col. Thomas Fraser (p. 31). 

"A" Section [S. Sergt. Ronald John Bruce, M.A. (see 

above, p. 48) 4th Med.] 

Corpl. George Dewar 4th Med. 

Pte. John Anderson 4th Med. 

„ William James Cramond 2nd Arts 

„ Hugh Fowlie 1st Arts 

,, George Stuart Jamieson 2nd Arts 

„ John Alexander Philip (N.D.A.) 4th Sci. (Agr.) 

„ Robert Smith 2nd Arts 



72 Students 

" B " Section. Sergt. Alfred Scott Mackie 4th Med. 

„ ,, Corpl. Charles Robert Philip 1st Med. 

„ „ Pte. Allan Turner Brown 2nd Arts 

„ „ „ George Burnett 2nd Arts 

„ ,, ,, James Duguid 2nd Arts 

,. W T Joss 

„ ,, „ Francis Henry Lakin 1st Med. 

„ Robert John Smith 3rd Med. 

"C" Section. Sergt. Alexander Main Baillie 4th Med. 

„ ,, [ ,, Edward George Bruce (p. 49) M.A. ; 4th Sci.] 

„ „ Private Henry Clyne 2nd Arts 

„ „ „ Charles Edward Ironside 2nd Arts 

„ „ „ Oliver Lawrence 3rd Arts 

„ William Alford Nicholls 3rd Med. 

,, „ „ James Stewart Ross 2nd Sci. 

,, „ „ Andrew Wilson Thomson 2nd Arts 

Enlisted since November, 1 9 1 4. 

Private Herbert E. Eccles 1st Arts 

William James Findlay, "C" Section 3rd Sci. (Agr.) 

William Gordon Fraser 4th Arts 

William Law Gordon 3 rd Arts 

William Donald Home 3^ Arts, '14-15 

Robert Lawrence Manson 1st Med. 

Simon T. Ross Agr. ? 
Charles Nelson Stewart, "A" Section, attd. for 

water duties to 1st Highl. Brig., R.F.A. (p. 64) 3rd Arts 
„ Cyril Augustus Wallace, "B"Coy, St. Andrews 

Amb. Assn., Aldershot 1st Med., 'i4-'i5 

1st Scottish General Hospital. 
Corpl. William Buchan 2nd Arts and Med., '14-' 1 5 



ARMY VETERINARY CORPS. 
Private William Watson 1st Agr. 



Officers Training Corps 73 

DRESSERS, ETC., WITH R.A.M.C. AND RED CROSS 

HOSPITALS. 

Gordon James Key, Brit. Red Cross Hospital, Rouen, 

returned to study 3rd Med. 

John Gordon Smith Mennie, Erance, returned to study 4th Med. 

Frank Wesley Noble, returned to study 3rd Med. 

Lewis Stevens Robertson 2nd Med. 
Thomas Ogilvie Robson, Brit. Red Cross Hospital, Rouen, ; 

returned to study 3rd Med. 

Forbes Simmers, France, returned to study 4th Med. 
Thomas David Watt, Brit. Red Cross Hospital, Rouen, 

returned to study 2nd Med. 
William Charles Davidson Wilson, France, returned to 

study 4th Med. 



ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY CONTINGENT OFFICERS 
TRAINING CORPS. 

1st SECTION FIELD AMBULANCE, MEDICAL CORPS. 

Capt. George Alexander Williamson, Lecturer in Tropical 
Diseases (see pp. 7, 34), on duty with Medit. Exped. 
Force M.A., '89; M.D. 

Lieut. John Parlane Kinloch, Lecturer in Public Health, 

now in command (see p. 7) M.D. (Glasg.) 

Cadets enrolled before Mobilisation still serving in November, 

1914. 

The Years of their Curricula refer to 1 9 14- 1 5. 

Cadet Sergt. Alfred William Harper Cheyne M.B., '14 

,, „ George Stewart Davidson M.A., '14; 3rd Med. 

„ William Calthorpe McKinnon M.A., '13; 3rd Med. 

„ Corpl. James Sutherland Balkwill Forbes M.A.,'13 ; 3rd Med. 
„ ,, Douglas Somerville Scott 4th Med. 

„ „ William Joseph Webster, now commd. (p. 23) M.B., '15 



74 



Students 



Cadet Lance Corpl. James Sylvester Cook 
,, „ „ Andrew Fowler 



M.A., 'n 



Cadets. 



James Ewen Cable 5 th Med. 

Austin Basil Clarke 

(see p. 24) M.B., '15 

Harry Gordon Donald 5th Med. 

Norman Burnet Gads- 

by 1st Med. 

Richard Ramsay Gar- 
den M.A., '14; 3rd Med. 

Alexander Johnston 

M.A., '14; 4th Med. 

Arthur Alexander 

Mackenzie 4th Med. 

Charles Gordon Shaw 

Milne M.A., '14; 3rd Med. 

Andrew Henry Mit- 
chell, resigned 4th Med. 

George Fowler Mit- 
chell 3rd Med. 



William John Moir 
John Archibald Nichol- 
son 
Arthur George Reid 
Alexander Ritchie 
Ronald Maclure Sav- 
ege, commd. (p. 62) 
William Leslie Scott 
John Taylor Scrogie 
Forbes Simmers 
John Skinner, M. A. ,'14 
James Charles Sleigh 
Alasdair Mclntyre 

Smith 
Ian Stewart Thomson 
(p 49) M.A., '13; 
William Lyall Yell 



2nd Med. 
4th Med. 



4th Med. 

4th Med. 
4th Med. 
2nd Med. 

2nd Med. 
4th Med. 
5th Med. 
5 th Med. 
2nd Med. 
2nd Med. 

1st Med. 

2nd Med. 
3rd Med. 



Cadets Enrolled since Mobilisation. 



William James Adam 
William Francis Whi- 

taker Betenson 
Edgar George William 

Bisset 
John Wilson Bowman 
Andrew Hunter Brown 
M.A.,'12; B.Sc. ; 
James Duncan Brown 
William George Burns 

2nd Arts ; 
Patrick Thomas Catto 
Robert James Clark 
Henry Burness Cook 



1st Med. 


William Adam Coutts 2nd Med 




John Alexander Daw- 


3rd Med. 


son 3rd Arts & Med, 




Alexander Mathieson 


1st Med. 


Dugan 2nd Med. 


3rd Med. 


Jacob Lodewyk du 




Preez, commd. (p. 62) 1st Med, 


5 th Med. 


Alexander Riach For- 


2nd Med. 


bes 3rd Sci. & Med. 




Alexander Coutts 


1 st Med. 


Fowler 2nd Med. 


M.B., '15 


Murray Young Garden 2nd Med. 


4th Med. 


John Grant 1st Med, 


1st Med. 





Officers' Training Corps 



75 



Charles Alexander 




Harvey 


3rd Med. 


James Ironside Hut- 




chison^. i7)M.A.,'i4 


.; 2nd Med. 


Charles Joiner 


M.A., '15 


Benjamin W i g n a 1 1 




Jones 


3rd Med. 


Douglas John Kynoch, 




enlisted (p. 70) 


1st Med. 


John Francis Leding- 




ham 


1st Med. 


Robert Douglas Lock- 




hart 


2nd Med. 


Alexander Gow 




Lumsden 


3rd Med. 


George Alexander 




McDonald 


1st Med. 


Donald Fraser Mc- 




Gregor 


3rd Med. 


Alex. McKenzie 




M.A, '13; 


2nd Med. 


Alexander Louis Cam- 




eron McKenzie 


5 th Med. 


Roydhu Ronald Wil- 




son McLaren 


3rd Med. 


Norman Macpherson 




McLennan 


1st Med. 


Charles Wattie Mc- 




Pherson M.A.,'i3; 


4th Med. 


George R e i d M c - 




Robert 


3rd Med. 


Ronald McRobert 


1st Med. 


George Strathdee 




Mather 


4th Med. 


Alfred George Mathie- 




son 


2nd Med. 


Louis William James 




Middleton 


1st Med. 


Arthur Young Milne 


3rd Med. 



Frederick William 

Milne, enlisted (p. 70) 1st Med. 

John Irvine Milne 1st Med. 

Robert Baird Milne 6th Med. 

James Mitchell Mit- 
chell 5 th Med. 

John Moir, commd. (p. 

35) M.A. ; M.B. '15 

John Morrison M.A.,'i5 ; istMed. 

Forbes Robertson 

Mutch 1st Med. 

Cameron Macdonald 
Nicol, commd. (p. 

3 5) M.A.; M.B., '15 

Charles Leslie Noble 1st Med. 

Wilson Henry Gordon 

Park 1st Arts 

Alexander Cowie 

Paterson 2nd Med. 

Andrew George Reekie 3rd Med. 

John Dean Riddel 1st Arts 

Alfred Ritchie 2nd Med. 

Lewis Stevens Robert- 
son 2nd Med. 

Henry Roger 3rd Med. 

John Alexander Ross 2nd Med. 

Albert Edward Sim 4th Med. 

George Robert Wilson 

Stewart (see p. 62) 2nd Med. 

Alexander Ledingham 

Strachan 2nd Med. 

Ian Robert Spark 1st Med. 

Henry Third 1st Med. 

Atholl Thomson 1st Med. 

George Thomson 4th Med. 

Thomas David Watt 2nd Med. 

Fred Wilson 2nd Med. 



Summary of the Roll. 

A. ON SERVICE. 

I. Members of the Staff not Graduates of this University 
II. Graduates Commissioned — 

Royal Navy — Medical Service (incl. 2 civilians) . 
Regular Army, incl. S.R.O. and Tempy. Commissions 
R.A.M.C, incl. S.R.O. and Tempy 
Commissions ...... 

Territorial Force (117 — 2 already entered). 

,, „ R.A.M.C. (159 — 2 already entered) 

Indian Army, incl. Reserve of Offirs. and Volunteers 
India Medical Service ..... 

Army Chaplains Department .... 

Overseas Forces (incl. 19 Med. Offirs. and 1 Chapl.) 

Total of Graduates Commissioned 

Graduates Enlisted (149 — 28 now commd.) 

„ Serving with Brit. Red Cross or as Dressers 

(4 — 1 already entd.) . . 
„ on Y.M.C.A. Service to Troops 

Total of Graduates on Service 

III. Alumni (non-Graduates) Commd. (incl. 6 Meds., 1 Chapl 

„ ,, Enlisted (53 — 4 now commd.) 

„ „ Serving with Brit. Red Cross 

Total of Alumni on Service 

IV. Students Commissioned (incl. 9 Lieuts. R.A.M.C.) . 

,, Enlisted (218 — 27 now commd.) 
„ Serving as Dressers, with 1 Tempy. Sub. Med. Offir, 
Total of Students on Service 

Total of Members of Univ. and Alumni on Service 
Add those who but for Service would have matriculated in '1 4-' 15 
„ Sacrist and Univ. Servants on Service 

Total on Service 

B. UNDER TRAINING. 

Graduates in Aberd. Univ. O.T.C. (21 — 8 now on Service) 
,, other Contingents O.T.C. (2 — 1 now commd.) . 
Students in Aberd. Univ. O.T.C. (75 — 4 commd. or enlisted) 

„ at Woolwich and Sandhurst (2 — 1 already entd.) 
Members of Staff on Aberd. Milit. Training Assocn. . 
Graduates in Aberd. Milit. Training Assocn. (21 — 2 commd.) 

Total under Training 

Total on Service and under Training 



3i 
48 

232 
"5 

9 
39 

2 5 
25 

681 

121 

3 
1 



49 

2 



55 

191 

10 



13 
1 

71 
1 

7 
T 9 



14- 



806 



99 



256 

"75 
21 

1205 



1317 



The slight differences between these figures and those given on pp. 254-7 
of the Review are due to the inclusion in these of the latest alterations. 



INDEX. 



Adam, R., 5, 26. 

— W. J., 74. 
Adams, H., 20. 

— J-, 24- 

— W., 27. 
Adamson, H. M., 18. 
Addison, W., 16. 
Agassiz, C. D. S., 33. 
Alcock, B. J., 34. 
Allan, C. D., 66. 

— J. M, 25. 

— W., 41. 
Alexander, H., 49. 

— W., 53. 

— W. D., 69. 
Allardyce, A., 43. 

— G. L., 43. 

— R. M., 26. 
Anderson, A. G., 20. 

— A. S. K., 20. 

— A. V., 39. 

— D., 63. 

— D. G., 54- 

— F., 20. 

— H. S., 64. 

— J- C°4). 20. 

— J. ('08), 20. 

— J-, 67. 

— J-, 7i- 

— J. A., 55- 

_ J. B. ('90), 43. 

— J. B. ('10), 20. 

— J. S., 44. 

— R. J. ('13), 28. 

— R. J. (Agr.), 54. 

— W. ('og), 20. 

— W. ('15), 20. 

— W. (2nd M.), 5, 67. 

— W. B., 44. 
Archibald, J., 3, 70. 
Argo, G. A. E., 20. 
Asher, J. C, 56. 

— W. A., 67. 
Auchinachie, G. C, 3, 56. 
Aymer, A. L., 20. 

Badenoch, D. S., 24. 

— W. M., 20. 
Baillie, A. M., 72. 

— Prof. J. B., 9. 
Bain, F. W , 56. 



Bain, I. M., 27. 

— L. W., 20. 
Baird, A., 19. 
Bannister, P. H., 13. 
Barclay, G., 25. 

— J. M'C, 49. 
Barnett, J. W., 3g. 
Barron, A. F., 58. 

— A. M , 3, 67. 
Baxter, A., 34. 

— W., 20. 
Beaton, M., 26. 
Besttie, J. W., 20. 

— W. F., 13. 
Begg, F. W., 34. 

— H., 34. 

Benton, W. S., 54, 56. 
Berry, D. W., 34. . 
Betenson, W. F. W., 74. 
Beveridge, B. G., 34. 
Birss, N., 71. 
Bisset, E., 38. 

— E. G. W., 74. 

— R. R., 55, 56. 
Black, A..W., 28. 

— J-, 4°- 
-J. A., 38. 

— W. R., 26. 
Boddie, H., 9. 
Booth, D. D., 4, 67. 

— J- L., 44. 

— J. McK., 36. 

— P., 66. 

Bothwell, A. F., 69. 
Bower, G. H., 26. 
Bowie, J., 69. 
Bowman, J. W., 74. 
Boutflower, H. R., 16. 
Boyd, R. M., 20- 
Braid, K. W., 4, 26. 
Brand, H. D. F., 20. 
Brander, C. R., 63. 

— E. W. H., 26. 

— W., 34. 
Bremner, J. M. G., 31. 

— R. G., 44. 
Brian-Brooke, H., 57. 
Brodie, W. H., 20. 
Brown, A., 20. 

— A. H., 74. 

— A. T., 72. 

(77) 



Brown, F. F., 20. 

— G., 66. 

— H. H. ('83), 18. 

— H. H. ('86), 24. 

— J. D., 74. 

— J. G., 20. 

— R. G., 20 

— R. N. R., 30. 
Bruce, D. W., 18. 

— E. G., 30, 48, 72- 

— H. G., 34- 

— R. ('93), 4, 26. 

— R. ('05), 26. 

— R. J., 20, 48, 71. 

— W., 37- 

— W. G., 63, 64. 
Buchan, W., 72. 
Buchanan, D., 34. 
Burgess, D., 36. 
Burnett, G., 72. 

— I. A. K., 4, 15. 

— J.B.,4i- 

— S. H., 38. 
Burns, E. M., 44. 

— W. G., 74. 
Butchart, H. J., 25. 

— J- A., 53- 

Cable, G. E., 74. 
Caie, W. J., 32. 
Calder, G. M., 61, 67. 

— J. B., 48. 

— W. M., 30. 
Callam, A., 31. 
Cameron, C, 32. 

— D., 41. 

— G. B., 30. 

— J-, 54- 

— J. T., 24. 

— P. S., 61. 
Campbell, A., 28, 44. 

— A. E., 20. 

— F. E. A., 9. 

— J-, 24. 

— W., 20. 
Cantlie, J., 31, 50. 

— K., 38. 

— N., 18. 
Catto, P. T., 74. 
Center, W. R., 53. 
Chalmers, A., 38. 



78 



Index 



Chalmers, D. M. A., 49. 

— G. Q., 65. 
Chance, C. C, 14. 

— R. M., 20. 

CHANCELLOR, THE, 7. 
Cheyne, A., 48. 

— A. W. H., 73. 

— Sir W. W., 53. 
Christie, J. F., 32. 

— T., 26. 

Clapperton, J. M., 26. 
Clark, R. J., 74. 

— W. R., 38. 
Clarke, A. B., 24, 74. 

— I. A., 4, 27. 

— J. B., 58. 
Clyne, H., 72. 
Cobban, C. L., 38. 
Collie, J. S. G., 25. 
Colt, G. H., 8. 
Condon, E. H., 18. 
Conner, F. A., 65. 
Connon, M., 36. 
Cook, H. B., 74. 

— J- S., 74- 

— J- W., 32. 
Cooper, A., 4, 67. 

— A. W. H., 63. 

— J- 56. 

— J. ('67), 40. 

— P. A., 25. 
Copland, J. G., 20. 
Cormack, A. A., 48. 
Corner, H. H., 5, 67. 

— H. W., 67. 
Coutts, D., 3g. 

— G., ig. 

— W. A., 74. 

— W. E., 27. 
Cowan, H. H., 55. 
Cowie, C. A., 69. 

— F. J. R., i 4 . 

— W., 33. 
Cotterill, L., 18. 
Cox, R. T., 20. 
Craig, A. H., 66. 

— D., 20. 

— J» 4 1 - 

— W. T., 44 . 

Craigen, W. G., 25. 
Craik, D., 38. 
Cramb, F. R., 27, 44. 
Cramond, W. J., 71. 
Cran, C. F., 16. 

— D., 24. 

— G., 31. 
Cranston, J. A., 9. 

— T., 44. 
Crichton, A., 4, 44. 

— D. W., 2, 67. 

— N., 44. 

Croll, F. W., 8, 20. 
Crombie, J. M. P., 36. 
Cruickshank, A., 33. 

— E. W. H., 20. 

— G., 44. 



Cruickshank, J., 65. 

— J. B., 20. 

— J. O., 1, 67. 

— M. M., 20. 

— W. J., 34. 
Cumming, I., 65. 

— M. A., 2, 44. 

— R. S., 62. 

— W. t 44- 

Danson, J. G., 13. 
Davidson, A., 13. 

— A. R., 13. 

— D. M., 38. 

— G. ('08), 21. 

— G. f8 4 ), 34. 

— G. S., 73. 

— H. A., 18. 

— J. fn), 24. 

— J. ('02), 24. 

— J. A., 21. 

— J. S., 18. 

— L. E. O., 54. 

— R. ('i3-'i4), 67. 

— R- CH-'iS), 69. 

— W. A., 61. 

— W. B., 57. 
Davie, J. H. M., 38. 
Davies, G. A. T., 8. 
Dawson, A., 18. 

— G., 44. 

— G. F., 18. 

— J- ('90). 37- 

— J- ('99). 27. 

— J- A., 74. 

— R-, 44- 
Dean, C. A., 65. 
Desseignet, J., 7. 
Dewar, D., 49. 

— G., 71. 

— T. F., 31. 
Dey, J. R., 56. 
Diack, P., 50. 
Dickie, J. L., 20. 
Di Veri, C. B., 70. 
Don, A., 36. 
Donald, C, 4, 67. 

— H. G., 74. 

— Jm 38. 

— R., 66. 

— R. T., 44. 

— W., 5, 67. 
Donaldson, A., 67. 
Dow, J., 34. 
Downie, B., 44. 
Duffus, A. A., 62. 

— J. C, 26. 

— J. L. L., 65. 

— W., 66. 
Dugan, A. M., 74. 
Duguid, J., 72. 

— J. H., 18. 

— W., 21. 
Duke, A. L., 38. 
Duncan, A. D., 2, 44. 

— A. G. B., 21. 



Duncan, G. M., 7, 36. 

— J-. 39- 

— J- M., 32. 

— R. R., 21. 

Du Preez, J. L., 62, 74. 
Durno, L., 55. 
Durward, J., 61, 69. 
Duthie, A. M., 3, 67. 

— D. H., 34. 
Dykes, J. F., 65. 
Dymock, A., 15. 

Eager, R., 33. 
Easton, R. M., 39. 
Eccles, H. E., 72. 
Edwards, D., 16. 

— H. G., 65. 

— J- H., 25. 
Elder, J. R., 49. 
Ellis, C. I., 31. 

— F. W., 36. 

— H., 38. 
Elwood, W., 21. 
Emslie, F., 3, 44. 
Emslie-Smith, A., Jr., 49. 
Esson, A. G. D., 71. 

— H. W., 4, 69. 
Eunson, L. H., 10. 
Ewen, E. H., 44. 

— G., 67. 

— J- B., 44. 

— W. J., 57. 

Fairweather, S. D., 21. 
Falconer, A. W., 8, 36. 

— H., 55. 
Farquhar, H., 39. 
Farquharson, G. W. J., 44. 

— I., 56. 
Fenton, A., 39. 
Ferguson, A., 54. 

— J- F., 54 . 

— J. L. S., 4l 56. 

— R. W., 28, 44. 
Fergusson, W. M., 33. 
Fettes, D., 21. 
-J., 21. 

Fiddes, J. D., 33. 
Findlater, A., 67. 
Findlay, A. J., 41. 

— G. T., 55. 

— W. J., 72. 

— W. M., 8,55. 
Finlayson, H. T., 14. 
Firth, I. G. M., 62. 
Fleming, F., 54. 

— John, Sir, 7, 10. 
Flowerdew, R. E., 39. 
Forbes, A. R., 74. 

— C, 21, 49. 

— J- ('°o), 42. 

— J. ('12), 44. 

— J. C, 2, 67. 

— J. K , 44. 

— J- S. B., 73. 



Index 



79 



Forrest, R. A. D., 44. 

— S., 69. 
Forgan, R., 24. 
Fowler, A. ('78), 32. 

— A. (Stud.), 74. 

— A. C, 74. 
Fowlie, A. T., 2, 56. 

— H., 71. 
Fraser, A., 44. 

— A. D., 18. 

— A. R., 21. 

— D. M. M., 24. 

— I. C.,63, 66. 

— J-, ai. 

— J- F., 44. 

— J- R-, 57- 

— T., 31, 7 r. 

— T. P., 1, 41. 

— W., 21. 

— W. G., 44, 72. 
Fyie, G. M., 66. 

Gadsby, N. B., 74. 
Gage, A. T., 39. 
Galloway, A. R., 36. 

— J-. 14, 36. 

— R. W., 21. 
Gammie, A., 68. 

— A. E., 71. 
Garbutt, J. R. G., 21. 
Garden, D. J., 5, 68. 

— J. W., 25. 

— M. Y., 74. 

— R. R., 74- 

— W. S., 21. 
Gardiner, H. L., 53. 
Gardner, H. R., 13. 
Garland, T., 54. 
Garrow, R. P., 21. 
Gavin, L., 45. 
Gawn, R. D., 34. 
Geddes, A. E. McL., 8, it 

— A. M., 42. 

— G. P., 17. 
Geddie, C. M., 21. 

— D. W.,36. 
Gerrard, W. I., 14. 
Gibb, G., 36. 

— R- S., 37. 
Gibbon, C. W., 55. 

— G. M'K., 69. 
Gilchrist, N. S., 21. 

— R. N., 38. 
Gill, J. F., 21. 

— W. J., 55. 
Gillies, J. B., 27. 

— K., 21. 
Gilmore, W. 0.,43. 
Glennie, J. A. R., 42. 

— J. D., 66. 
Gordon, A., 45. 

— C.J. D. S., 68. 
jr. 21. 

— f!'w.', 61, 67. 

— G. A. C.,21. 



Gordon, J., 15, 30. 

— R. P., 2, 68. 

— T. J., 63. 

— W. G., 21. 

— W. L. (Alumn.), 57. 

— W. L. (3d. Arts), 72. 
Gow, J., 45. 

Grant, A. R., 34. 

— H. F. L., 15. 
■ — Jas., 16. 

— Jn-. 74- 

— J. F., 18. 

— J. S., 28, 45. 

— J. W., 3*. 

— R. W. L., 25. 

— S. N., 69. 
Grassick, W. S., 6g. 
Gray, A., 21. 

— A. F., 56. 

— A. M., 14. 

— H. M. W., 19, 36. 

— H. P., 45. 

— W. C, 39. 

— W. H., 1, 39. 
Greeson, C. E., 13. 
Grierson, Prof. H. J. C, 9. 
Grieve, J., 69. 

Griffith, A. H., 36. 

— F., 24. 

— T.W., 36. 
Gruer, H. G., 49. 
Gunn, A. J., 68. 

— G. A., 45. 

— H., 55. 
Guthrie, A., 62. 

— H. M., 15,45. 

Haig, D. V., 32. 

— H. A., 9. 

— W. S., 45. 
Hall, G., 36. 

— J. F., 13. 

— J. M., 66. 
Hamilton, G. E., 13. 
Hardie, Sir D., 19. 
Harold, J. J., 50. 
Harper, A. S., 45. 
Hastings, J. S., 45. 
Harvey, C. A., 75. 

— J-, 4i- 

Harvey-Gibson, R. J., 26. 
Hawes, A. J., 3, 67. 
Hawkins, W. F., 21. 
Hay, E. H., 49. 

— G. R., 70. 

— J-> 27- 

— J. C. M., 54. 

— L. H., 34. 

— Prof. M., 7, 37. 

— R. C. B., 58. 
Haywood, L., 19. 
Heggs, T. B„ 27. 
Henderson, A. R., 28. 

— C. L., 63, 65. 

— G. A. F., 68. 



Henderson, J., 48. 

— J. M., 8, 28, 45. 

— W., 21. 
Hendrick, J., 9. 
Hendry, A., 18. 

— A. W., 21. 

— J. A., 21. 

— J. N., 70. 
Henry, J., 64, 56. 
Hernaman-Johnson, F., 20. 
Hill, A., 50. 

— A. C, 66. 
Hingston, A. A., 32. 
Hogg, C. B., 21. 

— W. P., 21. 
Holt, T., 32. 
Hopkinson, A. D., 3, 28. 
Home, W. D., 72. 
Horsfall, T. M. M., 21. 
Hosie, A., ig. 

Howie, P., 32. 
Howitt, A. G., 42, 49. 
Hunt, W. G. P., 17, 45. 
Hunter, J. H., 45. 

— P. S., 42. 
Hutcheon, A., 3, 41. 
Hutcheson, D. A., 21. 
Hutchison, J. I., 17, 75. 
Hyslop, A. F., 27. 

Ingram, W. J. S., 24. 

— W. W., 3, 21. 
Inkster, J., 24. 

— W., 28, 45. 
Innes, J., 33. 

— J. A., 34 . 

— J. W., 22, 27. 
Irons, W., 70. 
Ironside, C. E., 72. 
Irvine-Fortescue, A., 18. 
Irvine, F., 22. 

Jack, A., 40. 

— M. M., 63, 70. 
Jackson, T. F., 17. 
James, W. C, 31. 
Jameson, A. P., 45. 

— W. W., 22. 
Jamieson, G. G., 68. 

— G. S., 71. 

— W. G., 70. 

— H. M., 22. 
Jenkins, D. F., 70. 
Johnson, J. J., 22. 
Johnston, G. M., 30. 

— J-, 36. 

— H. W., 4, 45. 

— R. W., 54. 
Johnstone, A., 74. 
Joiner, C, 75. 
Jolly, W., 45. 
Jones, B. W., 75. 
Joss, W. T., 72. 
Justice, W. A., 39. 



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Index 



Kay, F. W., 25. 

— W. H., 14. 
Keir, A., 49. 
Keith, J., 54. 

— R. D., 42. 

— W. B., 34- 
Kellas, A., 33. 
Kelly, F., 31. 
Kemp, R. S., 40. 

— J- O., 27. 
Kennedy, E. A., 70. 

— J- A., 27. 

— W. D., 68. 
Kerrin, D., 65. 
Key, G. J., 73. 
Kilgour, O. J. L., 65. 
Killoh, G. B., 34. 
Kinghorn, J. M., 70. 
Kinloch, J. P., 8, 73. 
Kirton, J., 22. 
Knowles, B., 49. 

— J- F., 2. 45. 
Knox, A. C. W., 22. 

— E. W., 5, 68. 
Kynoch, D. J., 70, 75. 

Laing, A. M., 16. 

— W„ 10. 
Laird, J., 22. 
Lakin, F. H., 72. 
Lamb, J. G., 45. 
Law, F. W., 45. 

— J-, 3°- 
Lawrence, O., 72. 

— R. D., 24. 
Lawson, D. B., 61, 68. 
Leach, J., 33. 
Ledingham, A., 37. 

— J- F., 75- 

— R. M., 62. 

— W. M., 68. 
Leggat, G., 22. 
Leggatt, W. K., 55, 56. 
Legge, A. F., 1, 43. 

— E., 49. 

Leith, D. M. W., 45. 
Lendrum, H. B., 63, 71. 
Leslie, A. S., 39. 

— J. D., 3, 68. 
Lethbridge, W., 3g. 
Levack, J. R., 36. 
Lewis, C. A., i§. 
Lindsay, R., 33. 
Lipp, F., 15, 45. 

— G. R., 22. 
Lister, A. H., 36. 
Littlejohn, J. A., 45. 

— J. W., 22. 

— W., 54- 
Lockhart, R. D., 75. 
Longmore, H. J. A., 34. 
Lothian, W. A., 49. 
Loutit, J. H., 54. 
Lovett-Campbell, A. G., 33. 
Low, G., 45. 



Low, J., 22. 
Lumsden, A. G., 75. 

— C. G., 62. 

— J-, 41. 

— P- J-, 38. 
Lund, S. W., 24. 
Lyall, W., 27. 

— W. R.,45. 
Lyon, A. B., 31. 

— H., 2, 66. 

— R., 28. 

MacAllan, J., 43. 
MacAulay, A. (Agr.), 54. 
Macaulay, A. (1st A.), 3, 68. 
MacCombie, H., 30. 
MacConnachie, J. ('96), 41. 

— J. S., 34- 

See also under Maconachie. 
MacCulloch, J., 28. 
MacCurrach, G., 46. 
MacCreadie, A. J., 22. 
MacDiarmid, A. J., 14. 

— J- D., 30. 
MacDonald, A., 68. 

— A. C, 27. 

— C. R., 37. 

— G. G., 16. 

— G. H., 17, 48. 

— Prof. H. M., 10. 

— H. R., 63, 64. 

— J-, 64. 

— Sir J. R. L., 53. 

— M. D., 17. 

— P., 22. 

— S., 18. 

— W., 32. 

— W. E., 70. 
MacEchern, C. V. A., 48. 
MacFarlane, J. M., 22. 
MacGillivray, A., 37. 

— G. M., 35. 

— W. S., 39. 
MacGregor, C, 46. 

— D., 66. 
MacGrigor, D. B., 19. 

— H. J., xg. 
MacHardy, J., 28. 
Macintosh, E., 46. 

— J- F. ('03), 32. 

— W. R., 57. 
Maciver, I., 3, 68. 

— J-, 67. 

— M., 2, 67. 
Mackay, D. W., 62. 

— J-, 56. 

— J. D., 22. 

— J. M., 16. 

— K., 2, 67. 

— R. J., 4 6- 

— R. W., 54. 
Mackenzie, A. (M.A. '13), 

43- 

— A. (3rd Agr.), 5, 63. 

— A. A., 74. 



Mackenzie, C. G., 40, 41. 

— D. ('05), 29. 

— D- Ci3), 46. 

— E. A., 35. 

— G. E., 27. 

— J-, 18. 

— J. M., 22. 

— K. P., 22. 

— L., 4, 17, 67. 

— M., 68. 

— T. B. G., 61, 65. 

— T. R., 27. 
MacKerron, P. A. B., 63. 

— Prof. R. G., 7, 36. 
Mackessack, P., 18. 
Mackie, A. S., 72. 

— G., 32. 

— J. C. D., 26. 

— W., 37. 
Mackinnon, A., 17. 

— A. D., 16. 

— D., 71. 

— D. D., 64. 

— L. ('10), 27. 

— L- ('75), 49- 
Mackintosh, Prof. A. W., 7, 

3°. 

— J., 28. 

— J. F., 63. 
Mackworth, N. W., 39. 
MacLaggan, J. D., 46. 

— J. M., 22. 
MacLean, D. G., 5, 68. 

— H., 22. 

— J. C B.,13. 
MacLellan, D. T. H., 4, 68. 
MacLennan, F., 10, 18. 

— K., 18, 37. 

— R. C, 68. 

— R. D., 70. 
MacLeod, C. R., 22. 

— D. M., 61, 67. 

— D. W., 16. 

— J-, 64. 

— J. A., 46. 

— M., 46. 

— N., 29. 

— W. P., 46. 
MacNeil, J. R., 22. 
Maconachie, G. W., 39. 

— J.,53- 
MacPherson, A., 57. 

— G. C, 40. 

— I. C, 15, 48. 

— J. C. 17, 46. 

— J. G. S., 22. 

— R., 40. 
MacQueen, J. E., 54. 

— J- M., 9, 37. 
MacRae, A. C.,39. 

— D. J., 22. 

— J. W., 61, 64. 

— L., 29. 

— V. C, 1, 46. 
MacTavish, R. M., 57. 



Index 



81 



MacWilliam, C, 68. 
McBain, I., 62, 65. 

— J- W., 57- 
McCallum, A., 54. 
McCombie, J. A., 66. 

— W., 24. 
McConnachie, G. W. R. 

61. 
McCraw, W., 10. 
McDonald, D., 17. 

— G. A., 75. 
McGilhvray, J. W., 57. 
McGregor, A., 56. 

— D. F., 75. 
Mclntyre, G. R., 65. 

— J- L., 9. 
McKendrick, A. G., 55. 
McKenzie, A., 75. 

— A. L. C, 75. 
McKinnon, W. C, 73. 
McLaren, R. R. W., 75. 
McLean, J., 58. 
McLellan, J. H. C, 48. 
McLennan, N. M., 75. 
McLeod, D. W., 16. 
McPherson, C. W., 75. 
McQueen, J., 46. 
McRobert, G. R., 75. 

— R-,75- 
McSween, G., 2, 68. 
McWilliam, A. D., 57. 
M' William, C. T., 29, 46. 

— G. P., 68. 
Mair, R. C. T., 28. 
Maitland, W., 49. 
Mansell, E. L., 22. 
Mansfield, C. J., 13. 
Manson, A., 55. 

— R. L., 72. 
Marnoch, Prof. J., 7, 36. 
Marr, A., 38. 

— A. D., 46. 

— C. F.,39. 

— D. J., 35. 

— D. M., 24. 

— J. M., 66. 
Martin, J., 2, 64. 
Martyn, R. G., 24. 
Mason, J. H. S., 46. 
Massey, A. 22. 
Masson, A., 40. 

— C. A., 14. 

— W. P., 46. 
Mather, G. S., 75. 

— J- S., 32. 
Matheson, C, 46. 

— W. S., 41. 
Mathieson, A. G., 75. 

— K., 56. 
Matthew, E., 37. 
Matthews, W. R., 31. 
Maydon, W. G., ig. 
Maxwell, R. I., 62. 
Mearns, W. A., 39. 

— W. M., 1, 14. 



Melvin, G. S., 35. 

— J., 62. 
Mennie, G. W., 40. 

— J- G. S., 73. 
Menzies, J. L., 22. 

— T., 62. 
Merson, A. J., 28. 

— M., 46. 

— R. J., 22. 

— W. M. S.,28. 
Michie, G., 42. 
Middleton, G. S., 36. 

— H., 35. 

— J-, 32- 

— L. W. J., 75. 

— R. H., 2, 68. 

— W. R. C, 42. 
Miller, H. M., 7. 
Milligan, Sir W., 36. 
Mills, J. E., 70. 
Milne, A. J., 42. 

— A. J. B., 70. 

— A. Y., 75. 

— C., 38. 

— C. G. S., 74. 

— F. W., 70, 75. 

— G. S. M., 17, 46, 66. 

— H. S., 24. 

— J. (2 A.), 68. 

— J- ('9i-'94). 54- 

— J., 9, 10. 

— J. E., 22. 

— J- I- 75- 

— M. A., 22. 

— R- B., 75. 

— T., 55. 

— W. ('03), 17. 

— W. (3 A.), 61, 71. 
Minto, W. G. B., 25. 
Minty, G., 27. 
Mirrlees, S. T. A., 4, 46. 

— W. M.,68. 
Mitchell, A. ('10), 35. 

— A. (2 A.), 2, 70. 

— A. ('05), 8, 37. 

— And., 57. 

— A. H., 74. 

— C. G., 29. 

— G- ('90), 27. 

— G. ('03), 22. 

— G. F., 74- 

— G. M., 65. 

— H. C. F., 58. 

— J-, 42. 

— J. L, 46. 

— Jas. M., 75. 

— Jn. M., 22. 

— J- P., 4. 24. 

— J. S., 68. 

— P-, 3i. 

— R.,26. 
Moffett, G. E., ig. 
Moir, Jas., 10. 

— J"-. 35- 75- 

— J. D.,ig. 



Moir, J. H., 22. 

— J. M., 31. 

— L. J., 35- 

— W. J., 74. 
Mollison, G., 67. 
Monro, A. J. (F.), 5, 29. 
Morgan, C. K., 18. 
Moore, E. H., 3, 22. 
Morrison, Jas., 22. 

— Jn., 75 (1 Med.). 

— J. ('07), 2g, 46. 

— J. M., 66. 
Mortimer, H., 22. 
Mowat, A., 33. 

— J., 13, 32. 
Mudd, B. W., 22. 
Mulligan, W. P., ig. 
Mundie, J., 70. 
Munro, G. D., 66. 

— G. W., 71. 

— J-, 46. 

— J- L. F., 55. 

— N., 47. 

— W. F., 24. 
Murray, A. A., 50. 

— A. J., 66. 

— H., 4, 47. 

— H. L., 14. 

— J-, 37- 

— J. D.,-68. 

— J. R., 8, 22. 

— J- S., 2, 65. 

— J- W., 49. 

— M., 47. 

— M. W., 49. 

— R., 42. 

— R. W. S., 24. 

— T., 40. 

— W. fog), 43. 

— W. fgi), 33- 

— W. G., 66. 
Mutch, F. R., 75. 

— H. J. M., 64. 

— Jn., 63, 64. 
Myles, T. B., 61, 68. 

— R. B., 24. 



Napier, J. G. S., 40. 
Neate, H. L., 17. 
Nelson, W. A., 10. 
Newton, H. A., 62. 
Nichol, A., 66. 
Nicholls, H. M., 18. 

— T. B., ig. 

— W. A., 72. 
Nicholson, J. A., 74. 
Nicol, A. ('80), 31. 

— C. M., 35, 75. 
Niven, J., 37. 
Noble, C. L., 75. 

— F. W., 73. 
Norrie, A. G., 56. 

— F. H. B., 24. 

— J-. 25. 



82 



Ind 



ex 



Ogilvie, T., Lieut. Col. C. 

M. G., 65. 
Ogilvie, A., 47. 
Ogston, Sir A., 31. 
— Lieut. -Col. A., 31. 
Orr, J. B.,g. 
Overbeck-Wright, A. W., 

39- 
Owen, T. C, 62. 



Park, A. W. C, 68. 

— J- R-, 3, 29. 

— W. H. G., 75. 
Paterson, A. C, 75. 

— A. W. ('92), 35. 

— A. W. (2 A.), 68. 

— J-B.,47. 

— J. D., 27 . 
Patterson, J., 47. 
Pearson, E. A., 22. 
Pereira, D. J. V., 64. 
Peterkin, C. D., 27. 

— H.,37- 

— J. H. S., 68. 
Petrie, G. F., 22. 
Philip, C. R., 72. 

— C. S., 57. 

— F -. 33- 

— J- A., 71. 

— T. W., 13. 
Pire, A. I., 49. 

— G., 23. 

— J. W., 29. 

— W. R.,36. 
Porter, Sir J., 13. 

— R. R. M., 39. 
Prain, D., 68. 

Pratt, J. D., 4, 8, 29, 47. 
Principal, The, 7, 10. 
Proctor, J. ('05), 23. 

— J- ('13), 23. 
Profeit, A. C, 23. 

— C. W., 18. 

— L., 16. 

— W. J., 9. 
Purdy, J. R.,42. 

— J. S., 42. 



Rae, J. E., 25. 

— W., 41. 
Rait, A., 57. 
Ramage, G., 47. 
Ramsay, L. N. G., 1, 15. 
Rannie, R., 32. 
Rattray, I. M., 58. 
RECTOR, THE, 7. 
Reekie, A. G., 75. 
Rees, D. C, 49. 

Reid, A. G., 74. 

— C. ('09), 27. 

— C. C14), 47- 

— E. L., 23. 

— G., 3) 68. 



Reid, J., 26. 

— J. M. H., 23. 

— J. R-, 32. 

— P.. 23. 

— R-, 17, 47- 

— Prof. R. W., 10. 

— W., 30. 

— W. E., 23. 

— W. J., 24. 
Reith, T. K., 57. 

— W. R., 23. 
Rennet, D., 37. 
Rennie, G., 49. 

— P. M., 39. 

— W. B., 19. 

— W. L., 70. 
Riddel, D. O., 23. 

— J- D., 75. 

— R. M., 70. 
Riddell, J. S.,50. 

— W. S., 49. 
Riddoch, G., 23. 

— W., 27. 
Ritchie, Alex., 74. 

— Alf., 75. 

— G. L., 14. 

— M. B. H., 19. 

— T. F., 18. 

— W. D., 39. 
Robb, A., 37. 

— A. K. ('15), 62. 

— A. K. ('89), 1, 53. 

— A. L., 25. 

— D. G., 16. 

— J-, 56. 
Robertson, D. C, 23. 

— G. C. A., 47. 

— G. M., 56. 

— Rev. J., 40. 

— J- ('04), 32. 

— J. (Agr.)., 58. 

— J- 57- 

— L- S., 73, 75. 

— N. J., 47. 

— R. A., 66. 

— T. B., 50. 
Robinson, F. W.,23. 
Robson, N. K., 69. 

— T. O., 73. 
Roger, H., 75. 
Rogerson, J. V., 54, 57. 
Rorie, F. M., 62. 
Rose, A., 65. 

— A. M., 3, 19. 

— D. S., 30. 

— F. A., 29. 

— G. W., 25. 

— J., 43- 
Ross, G., 70. 

— J. ('10), 47. 

— J. ('n), 23. 

— J-, 70. 

— J. A., 75. 

— J- S., 72. 

— S. F., 29, 47. 



Ross, S. T., 72. 

— W., 41. 
Ross-Keyt, F. D., 62. 
Roth, P. B., 24. 
Rowe, J. H., 23. 
Rule, A., 68. 

— J-, 64. 
Rumbles, F., 47. 
Runcieman, J. W., 29, 47. 
Russell, B. R. G., 23. 

— R. F., 23. 

— W., 42. 

— W. A. G., 23. 



Salmond, R. W. A., 35. 
Sandison, J. F. W., 25. 
Sangster, W. J. C, 29. 
Saunders, C. E., 66. 

— E. G. S., 37. 

— G. K., 68. 
Savege, A. C. M., 35. 

— J. M., 26. 

— R. M., 62, 74. 
Scarth, R., 65. 
Scott, C. L., 62, 71. 

— D. S., 73. 

— G., 19. 

— J-, 29, 47- 

— T., 40. 

— W. F. G., 54. 

— W. L. (4 Med.), 74. 

— W. L. (3 Med.), 2, 63. 
Scrogie, J. T., 74. 
Seath, J. W., 57. 
Selbie, C. M., 17, 47. 

— W. P., 8, 17, 48. 
Sellar, T. A. (Stud.), 69. 

— T. A. ('80), 32. 
Shand, G. E., 24. 

— J-, 13- 

Shanks, J. W., 5, 69. 
Sheach, G., 50. 
Shearer, C, 29, 47. 

— C. G., 23. 

— W. F., 69. 
Shepherd, A., 19. 

— G., 47. 

— W., 4) 63. 
Sheppard, H. P., 23. 
Shirreffs, J. W., 66. 
Shirras, G. F., 27. 
Shortt, H. E., 39. 
Silver, A., 69. 

— J. W., 66. 
Sim, A. E., 75. 

— G. A., 53. 

— J. A. B., 43. 

— J. M., 69. 
Simmers, F., 73, 74. 
Simpson, A., 19. 

— C. F., 43. 

— E., 28. 

— G. A., 30, 50. 

— J- A., 33. 



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83 



Simpson, J. B., 47, 72. 

— J- W., 47. 

— W. J. R.,14. 
Sinclair, E., 50. 

— W., 32. 

Skakle, H. P., 29, 47. 
Skinner, A., 1, 56. 

- U 74. 

Slessor, T. S., 35. 
Sleigh, J. C, 74. 
Slorach, A., 69. 
Smart, J., 32. 
Smith, A. F. (Agr.), 57. 

— A. F. (3 Art.), 63, 70. 

— A. M., 74. 

— A. J., 47. 

— A. J., 50. 

— D., 58. 

— F. K., 33. 

— G. A., 54. 

— G. B., 3, 15. 

— G. M. C, 38. 

— G. W., 49. 

— H. E., 37. 

— Rev. Jas., 7, 10, 40. 

— Jn., 5, 6g. 

— J. D. M., 69. 

— J- L., 13. 

— J. W., 62. 

— R-, 71. 

— R. D., 55- 

— R. J., 72 (3 Med.). 

— R. J. (Agr.), 4 , 57. 

— W., 25, 29, 47. 

— W. A. ('04), 26. 

— W. A., 30. 

— W. G., 55. 

— W. McQ., 50. 
Snowie, R. S., 23. 
Souper, H. R., 23. 
Souter, J., 14. 

— W. C, 37. 
Soutter, G. C, 35. 
Spark, A. P., 4, 67. 

— I- R-, 75- 

— J- 56. 
Spiller, T., 9. 

— T. R., 38. 
Spittal, R. H., 23. 
Spring, D. M., 32. 
Squair, F. W., 33. 
Stalker, J. S., 49. 
Stenhouse, J. H., 13. 
Stephen, D. J. S., 23. 

— F. C, 29, 47. 

— J- A., 33, 35. 

— L. P., 39. 

— W., 27. 

— W. H., 31. 
Stephenson, A. F. V., 55. 

— R. B. T., 23. 
Stevenson, E., 37. 
Stewart, C. N., 64, 72. 

— D. B. D., 30. 

— G. R. W., 62, 70, 75- 



Stewart, J. F., 57. 

— J- R-, 49- 

— J. S., 23. 

— R. R., 66. 
Still, S. C, 69. 
Stoddart, G., 23. 
Stott, A. L., 69. 
Strachan, A. L., 75. 

— P. M., 70. 

— R., 17, 48. 
Stronach, A. R., 48. 
Stuart, G., g, 37. 

— F. J., 19. 

— J- F., 70. 
Sturm, F, P., 35. 
Surtees, R., 48. 
Sutherland, A., 64. 

— A. G., 48. 

— W. H., 43. 
Svvanson, W. S., 41. 
Symon, J. A., 29. 

— J. W., 64. 

Taggart, Lord Provost, 

7- 
Tarrel, W., 48. 
Tawse, B. W., 48. 

Taylor, a'. P., 28. 

— G. C, 66. 

— J. ('00), 50. 

— J- ('83), 33- 

— J. ('86), 37- 

— J. G., 10. 

— J. M., 23. 

— J. W., 62, 6g. 

— W., 48. 

— W. G., 20. 

— W. J., 17. 

Tennant, E. M. C, 63, 

66. 
Terry, Prof., 7. 
Teunon, J. M., 70. 
Third, H., 75. 
Thorn, D. R., g. 
Thompson, H., 48. 
Thomson, A., 75. 

— A. L., 9, 17. 

— A. W., 72. 

— G., 75. 

— I- S., 49, 74. 

— J- ('75), 40. 

— J- ('83), 18. 

— J. E.G., 35. 

— J. G., 69. 

— J. M., 48. 

— J. O., 48. 

— J.W.,35. 

— T. B. S., 17. 

— W. G. S., 23. 
Thow, H. A., 69. 
Tomory, D. M., 42. 
Topping, A., 23, 28. 

— H. G., 6g. 

— R. B., 5) 6g. 



Trail, Prof. J., 7, 10. 

— M. M., 49. 

— S. G., 23. 

- W. S., 55. 
Troup, G. A., 31. 

- R. J., 2 9 . 

— W. A., 70. 
Turner, A. A., 35. 

- E. R., 33. 



Urquhart, A. M., 15. 
— W., 48. 



Vachell, H. R., 36. 
Valentine, A. B.,63, 70. 
- L.,23. 



Walker, A. N., 66. 

— C. W., 26, 66. 

— D. I., 4, 67. 

— J- 43- 

— J. F., 66. 

— W., 25. 
Wallace, C. A., 72. 

— E. C, 54. 
Walsh, R. S., 66. 
Wanli s, D. S., 55. 
Wark, H. A., 71. 
Warren, W. D. M., 6g. 
Warrack, J. S., 32. 
Watson, J., 27. 

— J. I., 28. 

— W., 72. 

Watt, E. (3 3c), 65. 

— E. ('14), 1, 48. 

— E. W., 26. 
-J. A., 35. 

— J- P., 37- 

— J- T., 41. 

— J. R., 6g. 

— T. D., 73, 75. 

— W., 57. 

— W. G., 41. 

— W. R., 23. 
Webster, P., 43. 

— W. J., 25, 73. 
White, M. F., 39. 
Whyte, J., 2, 69. 

— W.J. A., 9, 50. 
Will, A. J., 23. 

— J.,6g. 

— W. M., 23. 
Williamson, A. J., 33. 

— G. A., 7, 10,34,73. 

— M. J., 19. 
Wilson, A., 25. 

— A. M., 3, 27. 

— A. S., 23. 

— F.,75. 

— G., 33. 

— H. G. M., 15. 

— J-> 23. 



84 Index 

Wilson, J. I. P., 23. Winton, W. C, 70. Young, J. M., 20. 

— J. L., 37. Wood, C, 69. — T. C. M., 39. 

— J. McL., iC, 43. — J., 63, 69. Younie, A. M., 27. 
-J. T.,37. — J. W.,25. Yule, J. H., 33. 
-^ R.,6g. — R. M., 37. 

— R. M., 32. Yell, W. L., 74. 

— W. C. D., 73. Young, A. W. C, 39. 



Corrections. - 

P"red. Chas. Stephen — for/. £& read p. .//. 

William Smith,. after Unit unknown read now commd. (see p. 25). 



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